Letters to the Editor

Clinton’s email server

I worked for a U.S. government subcontracting company that instructed me to only use the government’s server.

Emails were encrypted that contained sensitive information.

Government employees who received sensitive email from a nongovernment server like Hillary Clinton’s were obligated to report a breach of confidentiality and security. It is mind-boggling that not one person who received sensitive email from Clinton noted the email was sent from a nongovernment server.

President Obama called Clinton’s use of her private server a mistake. Wrong. It was a breach of confidentiality and security and a violation of government policy.

Dorothy G. Smith, Miramar

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