Anonymous has allegedly hacked Sarah Palin's personal email account. Screenshots and other evidence is available at WikiLeaks.
The suggestions now are that she used this account, email@example.com, for official state business; emails to and from various government departments and drafts of letters to other governors were apparently found in the account.
There are also suggestions on some blogs that she used the account for the unsavory aspects of her job, such as emails regarding Troopergate, so that a subpoena of her state email account wouldn't reveal any damaging connections.
But even regardless of that, which doesn't seem to have any real evidence to support it as yet, does it strike anybody else as massively irresponsible, not to mention a dangerous breach of security, to keep information relating to her state government in the cloud?
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