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The CI community knows she managed to jump the “air gap” on some information but because she erased the server they do not know the full extend of the jump. If she had turned over the server to the proper authorities the CI community could calibrate the extent of the potential damage. Now, barring a recovery of server data, they cannot. This means that CI has to treat all sources and methods to which the Secretary of State (and others potentially) was exposed as compromised.
Its even worse. By not turning over the server she prevented a forensic examine from determining if she was hacked and by what methods. She undermined any ability to exploit that knowledge to limit damage to US national security or to undermine and prevent a future use of similar hacking tools.
a reply to: Boscowashisnamo
This is the here and now--HRC is running for this country's highest office, and is responsible for her actions, period. Why is it that when criticisms are voiced about the current administration, posters fall back on "Bush did it more/worse!"?
originally posted by: bobs_uruncle
originally posted by: greencmp
a reply to: ketsuko
No worries, a little enhanced interrogation ought to suss out the details.
Why did you bring that up? Now I have horrible images of what Hillary would look like all wet and waterboarded. The images just gives me worms lol.
Cheers - Dave