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Wednesday, September 04, 2013

Ind. Courts - Still more on: Indiana courts imposes anti-robot/CAPTCHA verification requirement on the public

Updating this first entry from yesterday, and this update, the ILB has received several additional emails from users:

ILB: Public access to Odyssey has been available for several years now. But it didn't include part of the Marion County court system until this year, so many Indianapolis attorneys and their staff only started using it recently. The CAPTCHA "feature" severely limiting public access was just imposed within the past few days, without any notice or explanation.

Put another way, JTAC created a system with public funds, allowed everyone to use it for a while to see how useful it could be, then intentionally crippled the public's access to it, making the system impossible to use for any real work.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on September 4, 2013 02:19 PM
Posted to Indiana Courts