Contrary to what I said earlier, I started watching this again and I’m glad I did.
As it turned out the things I found very annoying were at their worst in the first episode of season 2, everything is much better from episode 2 onward. Don’t get me wrong, most of the annoying things are still present just not as bad. For example people walking or objects getting between the subject of the scene and the camera still annoy the hell out of me and it happens ALL the time.
There was a scene where some agents were in a house gathering evidence and talking yet there must have been about 20 or 30 people walking around the place, great way to destroy evidence. A body had been found in a room with only one doorway (which was behind the agents) yet people were still walking between the camera and the agents, where were they walking to and from ? They must have walked over the body about 10 times in that scene.
I am computer literate, I have worked in the computer industry for a lot of years. Some of the jargon and terminology is used completely out of context or incorrectly, you get used to this in TV shows (and more worryingly the media) and you kind of tune out and don’t detect it but in a show with the word “Cyber” in its name and nearly everyone is playing some sort of computer nerd you’ld expect a higher standard – sorry but these “nerds” sometimes get it very wrong.
In nearly every episode they refer to the Darknet and say that they cannot trace things or find servers etc. but they nearly always do. In real life the NSA/FBI/CIA have developed ways of doing this, as demonstrated by the bringing down one of the worlds largest black market sites and prosecution of its owner. TOR has been compromised.
Beside all these faults I still find the show entertaining, even if sometimes it is only to laugh at. The story now takes a higher priority than it did in the first episode which is a vast improvment.