She kept them on an account outside the Department of State’s system, on her own server in her own home. And she had more than one account. All of these acts are breaches of State Department rules.
Worse still, when the emails suddenly became an issue and Congress asked to see them, she conveniently erased a hard drive. You know, an accident.
Then, in a Nixon-like move, she agreed to hand over 30,000 emails to the State Department. But she printed them, forcing the State Department to spend five weeks redigitizing them, the Washington Post reported.