Clinton might have had the legal right to own a private server and unilaterally delete over 30,000 emails, but whether or not the "Top Secret" and "born classified emails" (emails classified from the start, not retroactively) are in the hands of a foreign government is another story.
With the Internet, there's no such thing as "closed" anymore. Your company, particularly if your website offers online products for purchase or other transactional services, is open for business anytime, anywhere.
Hillary Clinton accomplished what all public officials want; protection of her privacy without breaking any laws or regulations. As a voter you can determine whether this is a political story or a real issue by how Congress acts to address the problem.
If we really wanted restaurants to pay their workers fairly, we would require them to pay their own workers and factor that expense into their prices -- much like every other business has ever had to do.