How to read Hillary Clinton’s emails on Google, tech dinners, and Internet freedom

U.S. Democratic presidential hopeful and New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton smiles during a speech at the Silicon Valley Leadership Summit in Santa Clara, California May 31, 2007. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES) - RTR1QB8Y

Hours ago the U.S. State Department released 7,000 new pages of emails from Hillary Clinton’s private server. The latest release, following Clinton’s alleged violation of U.S. record-keeping laws, reveals chitchat on Google, tech dinners, and details on Clinton’s 2010 Internet Freedom speech (ahead of which she said it was “a stretch” to call herself a “techie”).

You can search the contents of every censored, State Department-vetted email released so far here in this FOIA database.