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The White House is required to archive e-mails and release them under the Presidential Records Act; not until at least five years after the end of the administration.
So the sky is not falling.
"In 2009, a federal appeals court in Washington ruled that the Office of Administration was not subject to the FOIA, "because it performs only operational and administrative tasks in support of the president and his staff and therefore, under our precedent, lacks substantial independent authority."
The appeals court ruled that the White House was required to archive the e-mails, but not release them under the FOIA. Instead, White House e-mails must be released under the Presidential Records Act — but not until at least five years after the end of the administration."
Nothing to see her folks.
Cortana blows and Android and iOS users are not going to switch.
"The IEA suggested that decreasing use of coal in China — and upticks in renewable electricity generation there using solar, wind and hydropower — could have contributed to the reversal."
Doing a stellar job at journalism.