Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Two-thirds of FBI agents don’t have Internet access

USA Today On Deadline catches the Bureau's Willie Hulon admitting to the Senate Intelligence Committee that only a third of the Agency's desks have computers that can access the Internet. "Another third of the FBI's workforce is due to receive them within the next year," allegedly.

But not to worry, Hulon adds. It's not like agents can't do research online. "They do have access to the Internet. We have stations within field offices that people can go to to work at but we don't have access at everyone's desk," he says.

Well, that fixes everything.


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