How Clinton could have avoided the Wikileaks fiasco

How Clinton could have avoided the Wikileaks fiasco

People who are upset that Hillary Clinton’s personal email server may have been hacked are missing the big picture. Nearly everything that is worth hacking and connected to the internet is already hacked — and that which is not can be hacked at will.

I don’t want to get into the morass of whether Clinton’s use of personal email while she was Secretary of State was legal or ethical. That’s been debated to death.

Instead, I’m talking about whether it was hacked. Could it have been? I’ll say it again: Everything is hackable. Stuxnet took down Iranian centrifuges that were running on an air-gapped private network. The State Department’s email was hacked — very likely before, during, and after Clinton’s tenure there.

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