Mass computings next big thing runs into an archaic law that bans outdoor use of Wi-Fi Thakkar RESHMA PATIL & PRAGYA SINGH Posted online: Sunday, February 06, 2005 at 0154 hours IST Indian Express MUMBAI, NEW DELHI, FEB 5: When tech entrepreneur Jayesh Thakkar geared to connect computerswithout wires20 km away in two Vadodara offices, his corporate client first applied for a licence. They have been waiting for a year. At Mumbai, a construction giant is waiting since nine months for permission to wirelessly connect offices in two suburbs. […] Most big corporates stay away from outdoor WiFi use because licences are cumbersome and bureaucratic, says Thakkar, director, JayRaj Exim, a company WiFi-enabling offices in Mumbai. By the time a licence arrives, what if the technology is outdated?