UK courts to benefit from wi-fi networks

Thursday, May 29th 2008

Vnunet.com reports that BT Openzone has launched its wi-fi services in more than 67 courts that include most Crown and other courts across England and Wales Courts.


The process of providing Wi-fi network for judiciary services has been underway during the last three months, the report has quoted Minister Maria Eagle as saying.


Now, as the extensive deployment of Wi-fi in Royal Courts of Justice, the Central Criminal court and other regional courts has been successfully tested, other judiciary courts are likely to get Wi-fi access in near future.


The new Wi-fi network will allow victims, jurors and witnesses to get internet access inside the venue of court. Further, journalists can access the web to send or receive files much faster.


The Minister has commented:
"Her Majesty's Courts Service recognises that going to court as a victim, witness or juror can be disruptive for many people who may need to keep in touch with their business, work or family."


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