Because everyone designated Secretary of State should be able to misplace $6 billion or so.
from the citation:
Clinton has not described her motivation for using a private email account — firstname.lastname@example.org, which traced back to her own private email server registered under an apparent pseudonym — for official State Department business.
So you're saying it's proper for the third ranking member of the U.S. Government to conduct their office via private e-mail servers?
The New York Times reported Monday that Clinton exclusively used a personal email account it did not specify to conduct State Department business. The disclosure raised questions about whether she took actions to preserve copies of her old work-related emails, as required by the Federal Records Act. A Clinton spokesman, Nick Merrill, told the newspaper that Clinton complied with the letter and spirit of the law because her advisers reviewed tens of thousands of pages of her personal emails to decide which ones to turn over to the State Department after the agency asked for them.
So, not only can you not read, you allow the "Clinton advisers" to now be the arbiters of Federal law.