Hillary used private e-mail for official business in ‘breach’

Written By kom nampuldu on Selasa, 03 Maret 2015 | 20.49

Hillary Rodham Clinton used only her personal e-mail account while conducting business as secretary of state — an apparent breach of rules that require all such correspondence to be kept in the public record, according to a new report.

Clinton did not even have an official government e-mail address, and her aides are now sifting through tens of thousands of documents and deciding which to hand over to the State Department, according to The New York Times.

The aides already have turned over 55,000 pages from the personal account, the report said.

A State Department spokeswoman said Monday night that Clinton has been complying with the rules.

"The State Department has long had access to a wide array of Secretary Clinton's records — including e-mails between her and Department officials with state.gov accounts, as well as cables," said the spokeswoman, Jen Psaki.

Clinton's use of her personal account raises security concerns, as the account of one of her aides, Sidney Blumenthal, was compromised in 2013 by the notorious hacker Guccifer, The Washington Post reported.

The Blumenthal hack also exposed the fact that Clinton had created her own domain, "clintonemail.com," to host the e-mail account.

The domain was registered on the same day her confirmation hearings began in 2009.

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