Ignorance and indifference: Delving deep into the Clinton e-mail saga | Ars Technica: "Clinton was not the only high-level official at State using a personal e-mail address during her tenure. State OIG investigators "reviewed an S/ES-IRM report prepared in 2010 showing that more than 9,200 e-mails were sent within one week from S/ES servers to 16 Web-based e-mail domains, including gmail.com, hotmail.com, and att.net," the State report noted. "S/ES-IRM told OIG that it no longer has access to the tool used to generate this particular report. In another instance, in a June 3, 2011 e-mail message to Secretary Clinton with the subject line 'Google email hacking and woeful state of civilian technology,' a former Director of Policy Planning wrote: 'State’s technology is so antiquated that NO ONE uses a State-issued laptop and even high officials routinely end up using their home e-mail accounts to be able to get their work done quickly and effectively.'"
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