The Washington Post and New York Times covered a story on former First Lady Hillary Clinton and the domain name ClintonEmail.com. It seems that on the day of her Senate hearings she registered the domain name ClintonEmail.com. This is important because only official government email accounts have their content retained under the Federal Records Act.
The domain is currently parked at Network Solutions and registered until 2017. That domain is probably getting some traffic today, ads on the site are those related to Hillary Clinton, President Obama and Bill Clinton.
From the article:
The New York Times reported Monday night that, during her tenure at the State Department, Hillary Clinton never used her official e-mail account to conduct communications, relying instead on a private e-mail account. As the Times notes, only official accounts are automatically retained under the Federal Records Act, meaning that none of Clinton’s e-mail communication was preserved.
In March 2013, an adviser to Clinton, Sidney Blumenthal, had his e-mail hacked by “Guccifer” — the Romanian hacker perhaps best known for revealing George W. Bush’s paintings to the world. At the time, Gawker reported that Blumenthal was communicating with an account that appeared to belong to Clinton at the “clintonemail.com” domain. The content of some of those e-mails was published by RT.com.
Read the full article on The Washington Post