• October 29, 2009

It might sometimes seem that courts have a bit of a split personality regarding technology in the courtroom, both taking pride in high-tech courtroom features and famously proclaiming that some technology will only come into the court over the judge’s dead body.

Of course, the important distinction is whether the high-tech features are there to simplify, expedite, or improve some aspect of the trial process or are there for some other purpose, such as broadcasting.

Some technology serves a bit of both purposes and here is Judge Montgomery’s order today (U.S. District Court, D. Minn.) balancing the benefits and the concerns.

Fair Isaac v CRAs Order Re Internet

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