As part of the same, the Court is proposing to create infrastructure for live streaming of court proceedings, the apex court judge said on Friday.
He also stated that the Supreme Court is planning to host virtual proceedings and live streaming recordings on its own server, as opposed to a third party server.
“We are soon bringing out a vision document of Phase 3 of E-courts project. Now we are on budgeting stage…We need to also create the infrastructure for cloud etc for live streaming. We want to host it ourselves. We aim to host the virtual proceedings recording on our own server as opposed to third party server,” said Justice Chandrachud, who is also the Chairperson of the Supreme Court E-committee.
There are other infrastructural issues of live streaming of court proceedings that need to be looked into, he added.