Wi-Fi in churches – evidence, system security and commercial considerations

Prompted by the statements made by Andrew Lloyd-Webber in the House of Lords, and more recently in the media on the use of Wi-Fi in churches, our earlier post considered the legal framework within which the ecclesiastical courts review the health implications, the courts’ jurisdiction, and the locus standi of those opposing its introduction. We now explore these applications in more detail with particular reference to: the standards of evidence expected by the courts; improper use of the systems installed; and associated commercial considerations. Continue reading