Hillary Clinton couldn’t be bothered about digital security when she was secretary of state and didn’t even realize that a “(C)” marking in emails denoted classified information, according to notes of the FBI interview with her in July.
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The agency released 58 pages of its 3½-hour interview about her private email server and they showed Clinton was slow to embrace technology and didn’t pay attention to various levels of government security classification.
“Clinton could not give an example of how the classification of a document was determined. Rather, she stated there was a process in place before her tenure, and she relied on career foreign service professionals to appropriately mark and handle classified information,” according to the summary of her testimony by the FBI.
Remarkably, Clinton said she had no idea that a “(C)” designation in some of her emails meant they were classified.