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Tuesday, September 03, 2013

Ind. Courts - Indiana courts imposes anti-robot/CAPTCHA verification requirement on the public [Updated]

Indiana Courts has added the dreaded, highly frustrating anti-robot/CAPTCHA verification requirement for each and every search in its public trial court case search system.

If they had to use it themselves, they would pitch it within a day or two in total frustration!

[Updated within a few minutes] Kathryn Dolan, the Court's spokesperson, writes:

I saw your concern about the CAPTCHA feature on the free Odyssey case information search. Unfortunately we had to add it because of data mining. Sorry. Do you know about the voice component? Just click on the speaker icon and it will ‘read’ the letters/numbers.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on September 3, 2013 01:31 PM
Posted to Indiana Courts