I read with interest the comments expressed by The Sun's readers in reaction to the news that Hillary Clinton will not face charges over her use of a private email server. But voters need to move beyond Ms. Clinton's "extremely careless" judgment as secretary of state (as the FBI's director testified this past week) ("Free pass for Hillary," July 9).
Unless something politically calamitous occurs, she is poised to be the next U.S. president. The question now is what steps Secretary Clinton will take to assure voters in November that neither she nor anyone in her administration will ever again use unsecured private servers to communicate information.
When you are the president, every communication should be designated "classified" — personal or otherwise with no distinction. Why should Moscow or any foreign power have potential access to see anything that occupants of the White House send electronically? From comments that The Sun published, it is evident that your readers are concerned about Ms. Clinton's character and a national security breach at the State Department.
Past transgressions aside, we need to know what her email policy will be for the future should she be elected as our next president.
Gloria Cataneo Tosi, Lutherville