(Washington Examiner) State Department officials did nothing to protect Hillary Clinton's emails after a high-profile breach that exposed her personal email address in 2013.
A Romanian hacker named Marcel Lazar Lehel hacked into an account belonging to Sidney Blumenthal, an informal Clinton aide, in 2013 and sent several emails to reporters.
Gawker was among the outlets to publish the Blumenthal emails, several of which involved discussions with Clinton. The online news publication identified the former secretary of state's "clintonemail.com" domain.
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"It is most certainly not a governmental account," Gawker wrote in March 2013.