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    I have been analyzing wireless communications for 31 years. I am president of Wireless Internet & Mobile Computing, a pioneering consulting firm that helps create new and enhance existing wireless data businesses in the United States and abroad.

    I write a weekly column for about the wireless and wired Internet as well as writing a mobile blog and producing videos.

    Previously, I created the world's first wireless data newsletter, wireless data conference, cellular conference and FM radio subcarrier newsletter. I was instrumental in creating and developing the world's first cellular magazine.

    I also helped create and run the first association in the U.S. for the paging and mobile telephone industries.

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    Saturday, December 06, 2003


    Ernest Svenson

    Many courts don't allow cellphones, even ones without cameras. In the federal court system the security policy is set for the most part by the Marshall's Office, but there are variances in the policy for each court. In New Orleans where I practice the federal court doesn't allow cellphones and hasn't ever allowed them (supposedly because they could contain plastic explosives). The prospect that the Court Security Personnel would have to pay attention to what KIND of phone they allowed in only dims the prospect that the court will allow cellphones in the future.

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