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Secrets of FBI 5
« on: November 05, 2018, 05:14:26 PM »

The FBI didn’t go digital until 2012 because of computer coding issues

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You might think that the bureau responsible for national security would use the most sophisticated computers available. But until 2012, the FBI was still using paper files to track cases. The group had planned to switch to a new $425 million electronic system in 2009, but there were problems with computer coding. Finally, in August 2012—two and a half years late, and $26 million over budget—the country’s premier law enforcement agency began using the new machines. These are the 16 strangest unsolved mysteries of all time.