Jun 052013
 June 5, 2013  Posted by  Breaches, Court, Govt

Quick note:  Kashmir Hills of Forbes has  a piece on Jill Kelley’s lawsuit against the FBI with a copy of the complaint, here.

It seems Kelley trusted the FBI to only look at the emails she approved them looking at when she gave them the login credentials to her email account.  The complaint alleges that she was very clear about the limited scope of permission.

As Kash points out, giving your login credentials to anyone – especially the government – is unwise.  Personally, I would have just forwarded the suspect emails, complete with full header/path to them as an alternative, but hey, that’s me…


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