TWEETS WILL NOT BE BANNED at the Royal Wedding on Friday, contrary to a report on the Yahoo news website.
Yahoo has reported that police are installing signal-blocking technology at Westminster Abbey that will be in full operation by Friday morning, preventing people from tweeting about Prince William and Kate Middleton's walk up the aisle.
However, the Metropolitan Police's Central Operations team has confirmed to The INQUIRER, "There is no truth in the claim."
According to Yahoo's LA based sports correspondent, Martin Rogers, the move was made amidst fears that some of the 1,900 guests, which include celebrities and politicians, might send out Twitter updates about the proceedings.
"A police official confirmed to Yahoo! on Wednesday that the blocking technology will be in place from early Friday morning and will remain switched on for the entirety of the ceremony," said the Yahoo report.
However, a further call to telecoms regulator Ofcom confirmed what we expected anyway. Which was that setting up such a call jamming system would be illegal and would only be approved under some conditions, for example inside a prison.
Not at Westminster Abbey. µ
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