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Public WLAN Access Guidelines

As with most WLAN access, or Wi-Fi, as it's commonly called, the Court's WLAN connection is not secure and privacy cannot be protected. Any information being sent or received could potentially be intercepted by another wireless user.

  • Use of the Court's WLAN is entirely at the users' own risk. The Court is not responsible for any loss, injury, or damages resulting from the use of the WLAN.
  • WLAN users should not transmit sensitive personal information (credit card numbers, passwords, etc.) while using the Court's or any other any public WLAN.
  • Patrons should be familiar with their own personal wireless devices and should have basic knowledge of how to connect their own devices to a WLAN. Court staff cannot provide technical assistance with personal devices or configurations and cannot guarantee that the user will be able to make a WLAN connection.
  • Wireless users must bring a FULLY CHARGED battery and prepare to be self-powered, as electrical outlets are not readily available in the public areas.
  • Electrical cords MAY NOT be strung across public traffic areas. Patrons will be asked to terminate their use of electrical power if court personnel determine that such use presents a safety hazard.
  • Use of the Page Belcher and Boulder Federal Buildings' electrical power is entirely at users' own risk. The Court is not responsible for any loss, injury, or damages resulting from the use of the Buildings' electrical power. Users may not tamper with the Building's electrical equipment or wiring.
  • Personal headphones are required for use with audio files.
  • Printing is not available via the WLAN.