Even the Washington Post editorial board calls her server inexcusable.
One telling quote that ended up in the report:
Anyone who has worked in or for a government agency in any capacity, and often large corporations, gets regular training on how to preserve records and properly handle sensitive information. That training pretty much universally specifies that the computer (or other devices) which the government provides to you for communication is still owned by the government and the contents of that device can be reviewed. Those instructions generally note that the way to avoid having the government review everything is to use separate accounts for your official business and your personal affairs.
That is, to "avoid any risk of the personal being accessible", Clinton should have rigorously maintained separation of her personal business on a personal device from her official business on an official device.
Instead, she chose to conduct both personal and public business on a private server. This was exactly the wrong decision because it destroys the separation that is intended to protect the personal privacy of government employees. And that's before getting into whether any of those emails were classified.
This entry was published Fri May 27 11:31:24 CDT 2016 by TriggerFinger
and last updated 2016-05-27 11:31:24.0.