This morning former CIA director David Petraeus spoke to lawmakers in a closed session about the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Bengazi, but did not address the scandal that forced his resignation from the CIA.
The details of his affair with biographer Paula Broadwell were released last week, which sparked a lot of discussion about the privacy of online communication.
The two reportedly shared a Gmail account where they left messages for one another in a draft folder, no emails were ever sent. That clearly it didn't fool the FBI.
But if one was planning to conduct a little risky business online, is there any way to keep it private?