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Last week, Alfresco, a California-based software company, released the
results of a sweeping survey on workplace behavior. Included near the end
was a particularly timely question: “How frequently do you use a personal
email account for work email?”

About 150 people who answered identified themselves as working for the
federal government. A majority (of that albeit small sample size) said they
don’t ever mix their work communications with their private ones. But
around one-third of the respondents said they did, the survey found. And 9
percent, like Clinton, claim they “always” use a personal e-mail for work.

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