Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Tech meltdown cripples deportation cases

The New York Post reports that a computer meltdown is crippling the nation’s immigration courts — creating a backlog of removal cases. The problem began April 12, when servers that help power a nationwide computer network failed and shut down the entire system. Without access to the network, court proceedings have slowed to a crawl and officials are resorting to paper, pens and cassette recorders to keep track of cases.



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