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Clinton’s ‘Private Server’ Kept Servers In An Apartment Bathroom ➠ Full Report

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The IT company that stored Hillary Clinton’s private email server while she was secretary of state operated out of a small loft apartment where its servers were stored in the bathroom, according to a new report.

The Daily Mail reported that employees of the Denver-based Platte River Networks worked out of a 1,858-square foot loft apartment up until this year, when they moved into a 12,000-square foot building. A former employee who spoke to the Daily Mail said the apartment was owned by the company’s cofounders and said she resided in the same building.

 “I don’t know how they run their operation now, but we literally had our server racks in the bathroom,” Tera Dadiotis, a 30-year-old former customer relations employee who worked at Platte River Networks from 2007 to 2010, was quoted as saying.

Dadiotis said that given the size of the firm, she didn’t “see how that would be secure” enough for Clinton.

“At the time I worked for them they wouldn’t have been equipped to work for Hilary Clinton because I don’t think they had the resources, they were based out of a loft, so [it was]not very high security, we didn’t even have an alarm,” she told the Daily Mail.

The tech firm acquired Clinton’s server in 2013 but handed it over to the FBI last week. Officials from Platte River Networks said the server no longer had any of Clinton’s emails on it, but it did at one time. The firm has also said that it’s “highly likely” a backup server had been created, which could produce the thousands of emails Clinton has said were deleted and irretrievable. More

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