Talk:Economics Lecture Ten

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Louis Freeh, director of the FBI for eight years, was so far behind technologically that FBI agents had to use their more advanced personal computers at home in order to exchange large files!

The wording in this sentence is a little confusing? Just because Freeh was technologically behind, other people had to use their home computers to communicate? I'm guessing the intended meaning was that Freeh, while head of the FBI, didn't push forward the organization's technology enough, resulting in better computing facilities domestically for agents? In passing, I'd point out that this is of course common nowadays - with cable modems and services like fibre available domestically, internet performance at home is very frequently better than the traditional corporate T1 lines, etc. That said, of course the FBI should have had the best net access in the world. TadghOB 11:34, 11 June 2009 (EDT)