If you go to the following site you can download all of Sarah Palin's emails from her time as Governor of Alaska. Although the documentation appear to be scans, they are not protecting the email addresses of those she corresponded with. Therefore, the privacy of all those she emailed are now out there for anyone to use (such as spammers, phishers, and other deviants). Would this be considered a breach? Should the State Government of Alaska protected this information by blacking out the recipients email addresses, or are they now considered public information?