Far be it from me to criticize the FBI's attempt at updating a high tech computer software system they have been trying to install since 9/11. And I am sure there are alot of moving parts to worry about. Indeed, a senior staff member said today that updating the FBI's computer system, specifically it's Virtual Case File system was like "changing wheels on a car that is going at 70 miles per hour". But this just seems like they are really behind the times:
The FBI is now doing a pilot on the small portion of the software that does seem to work -- one that will allow agents to create case files on a computer instead of on paper.
What the...? Wow, we're fucked.
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