FBI’s dark web investigations hampered by inefficiencies, overlapping objectives of different units

The FBI should establish a “formalized bureau-wide dark web strategy” to address operational shortcomings in how it tackles illegal darknet activities, a Department of Justice (DoJ) audit has recommended. The DoJ’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) concluded that the status quo – whereby FBI units involved in dark web investigations develop their own strategies in isolation – led to inefficiencies, overlaps in remit, and misallocated resources.
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