State Department Audit Faults Hillary Clinton and Other Secretaries of State in Emails

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State Department Audit Faults Hillary Clinton and Other Secretaries of State in Emails
The audit cites "longstanding, systemic weaknesses" related to communications

(WASHINGTON) — A State Department review has blamed Hillary Clinton and past secretaries of state for inadequately overseeing email and other PC data and gradually reacting to new cyber security dangers.   The Associated Press got a duplicate of the report by the organization’s monitor general Wednesday.   It refers to “longstanding, systemic shortcomings” identified with interchanges. These began before Clinton’s arrangement as secretary of state, however, her disappointments were singled out as more genuine.   The survey came after disclosures Clinton only utilized a private email record and server while in office. Clinton is currently the conceivable Democratic presidential chosen one.   The 78-page report says the office and its secretaries were “moderate to perceive and to oversee successfully the legitimate prerequisites and cyber security dangers connected with electronic information interchanges, especially as those dangers relate to its most senior authority.”

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