Seems a little heavy handed for an email that is characterized as “insubordinate.” Don’t get me wrong, the allegations could very well be true and she should held accountable. Yet it seems unlikely that a private business could muster a similar response to an insubordinate employee.
tl;dr State of Florida IT employee was fired on grounds of insubordination as she protested about her role in data reporting of COVID-19 cases. She created her own COVID-19 Dashboard to challenge the State’s reporting. She sent an unauthorized, broadcast email, after being fired, through the private State Department of Health portal calling for more whistle-blowers to speak out. They traced the email, via ip address, back to her house. It was raided yesterday.
You should care about privacy because when the State thinks your ideas are detrimental, they’ll be coming for you. Unless you learn how to hide.