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Friday, October 28, 2016

Ex-State Dept. Employee: 'Everyone' Sent 'Sensitive' Info to Private Emails Under Sec. Clinton

"Honestly, OTR, EVERYONE I knew at State used our private email..." the former employee said

The former director of policy planning for the U.S. State Department wrote that sending “sensitive” content to private email accounts was the norm under Secretary Clinton, emails published by WikiLeaks reveal.
Anne-Marie Slaughter, who served at the department from January 2009 until February 2011, stated “off the record” to New York Times columnist Thomas L. Friedman that “EVERYONE at State” used private email for government-related business.
“Honestly, OTR, EVERYONE I knew at State used our private email (I used Princeton) when we were out of the office…” Slaughter wrote.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This misses the point. Sending classified information over a non secure network/server is a personal driven action. Setting up a private non-secure server (illegally) on a classified network provides an open gateway to anywhere on internet. Users of the classified network naturally assume that anything they transmit to anyone on that network is secure. Clinton essentially did what a spy would do by "tapping into" the classified network.

This is so stupid, it is no wonder that wikileaks was able to hack the DNC servers.