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Wi-Fi in court? Sign me up.

By December 9, 2004Uncategorized

Read this article from The National Center for State Courts entitled Severing the Tether: the Rise of Wireless Networks (pdf file).  The push for Wi-Fi is going to catch up to our court system eventually.  First, it’s becoming a technology de riguer on college campuses.  Then it starts to spread to coffee shops and airports and office conference rooms.  One day government will figure out that this stuff is so cheap and easy to deploy it’s hard justify not making it available to the public.  Some governments are more forward-thinking than others.

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