"Spillage" is the term applied to the improper movement of informations across security domains. For us Little People, spillage is likely to result in consequences to all parties involved ranging from very inconvenient to very, very, very, bad. Just receiving spillage through no fault of ones own often results, at the very least, in temporary loss of the computer as it's sanitized (or replaced), and possibly the results an investigation to resolve how it got there. Inadvertant transmission of spillage is likely to result, at the very least, in an investigation and serious administrative consequences ranging from suspension of access while an investigation completes, punitive letters of reprimand, loss of security clearance, and/or loss of job. Spillage found to be a result of negligence or culpable misconduct results in criminal charges. Every government computer has a login banner that displays the highest classification that the host computer and network are cleared to process, the government's right to continuously monitor the computer's activities, and the potential legal consequence of willful mis-use. Ignorance, given the banner and required training that must be renewed annually, is made extremely unlikely. The big question that I have is how did high security domain traffic even get to the unclassified domain servers, apparently over and over again, without some human intervention, without, essentially, mis-use? Oh well. Security rules for us Little People clearly have differed from those that apply to Party Royalty in this case, by demonstration of the fact that it was allowed to go on for so long. Ms. Clinton, including her cooperating cohorts and minions who were culpable in this mess, need to be punished in order to restore, if nothing else, trust and confidence in the just administration of the system.