The Nagin administration can stop fretting about the safety of its e-mail files. The city data is in a secure place now: the U.S. attorney's office. Since City Attorney Penya Moses-Fields claimed that the city's lawsuit against the Louisisana Technology Council was simply to "protect the public's information, " we can all stop worrying. No doubt U.S. Attorney Jim Letten will keep the public's information very safe. No need to worry about anything being lost or accidentally deleted. The public can feel secure in that knowledge. Isn't that a relief? Now, whether there is anything in that data that could cause problems for the Nagin administration remains to be seen. But, if so, we're guessing the public would like to know about that, too.