Data safety at top of the agenda (15 Apr 2005)
He told the editors that "there has got to be a certain sense of privacy... I don't think you're entitled to be able to read my mail between my daughters and me".
Bush's concern for his family is touching, but of course he is simply worried that the legitimate disclosure of government business will extend to more personal information, not about unauthorised leaks of his e-mails to the twins.
Yet he should be concerned for all Americans, not just his family.
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