Platte River Networks

Hillary Clinton’s Cloud Backup Company Hands Over Equipment to FBI

“With the consent of our client and their end user, and consistent with our policies regarding data privacy, yesterday, Tuesday, October 6, Datto delivered a hardware device to the FBI containing all backed up data related to Platte Rivers Networks’ client known to be in its possession,” said the company. The “end user” would presumably be either Hillary Clinton or an entity under her control, such as the “Clinton Executive Service Corporation,” which pops up in many stories about how Platte River Networks was contracted to take care of the email server.

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Hillary Clinton’s Online Backup Service Was Concerned About Security Gaps

Not only has Datto surrendered equipment to the FBI, but they’ve also stated that they warned Hillary Clinton’s computer company, Platte River Networks, that her server was vulnerable to hackers… and they say their warnings were disregarded, because FBI investigators ordered that the system should not be altered in any way.

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Hillary Email Storage Company: The Emails Could Be Recovered

The Denver-based company that stored Hillary Clinton’s private email server said that the emails might still be recoverable, because there’s no evidence that the server was properly wiped clean. “Platte River has no knowledge of the server being wiped,” Platte River representative Andy Boian told The Washington Post. “All the information we have is that the server wasn’t wiped.”

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Clinton’s Computer Company: Loft Apartment With Servers Stuffed In a Bathroom

Former employees point out that Platte River did nothing wrong by accepting the work from Clinton, which they tried to keep quiet, and handled to the best of their ability. It was Hillary Clinton’s legal responsibility to ensure that classified information was properly handled; given that she’s been lying about it for so long to everyone else, it’s quite possible that she never told Platte River about it.

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Hillary Clinton’s Computer Company Wasn’t Cleared for Classified Material

As the Hillary Clinton email scandal turns into a mushroom cloud, with new names popping into the chain of custody for her electronic communications every day, one of the lingering questions is whether any of these people were actually cleared to handle the sensitive, classified, and Top Secret information Clinton recklessly exposed.

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Company That Stored Hillary Clinton’s Email Server Shared Confidential Info

Platte River Networks of Denver, Colorado held on to Clinton’s private email server from her State Department tenure for more than two years, from 2013 to this week. The company gave the server to the FBI following an FBI visit to the company’s headquarters. Platte River has claimed that Clinton’s server, which it obtained in 2013 from Clinton’s home in New York, no longer had any information on it, but the server reportedly did have Clinton’s emails on it at one time while it was in Platte River’s possession.


Company That Handled Hillary Clinton’s Server Sued

We’ll be hearing a lot more in the days to come about Platte River Networks, the tiny computer company in Denver, Colorado that Hillary Clinton improbably chose to manage the illicit “home-brewed” server she stashed in the basement of her vast estate in Chappaqua, New York.

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