It seems as though no one is safe when it comes to the internet and hackers accessing information. According to The New York Times,
Russian hackers who got into the White House’s unclassified computer system last year got access to some of President Obama‘s emails, citing senior U.S. officials who said the breach was much more intrusive and concerning than has been publicly acknowledged. The hackers weren’t able to get into the servers that control the messages to and from Obama’s BlackBerry, according to the report, but they got access to the email archives of people inside the White House, and maybe some outside as well, with whom Obama regularly communicated. The hackers are presumed to be linked to the Russian government or working for it.
Man, oh, man. The internet really is the wild, wild west with no rules in place. SMH