Tagged: Ethics

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Inside a Bloomberg terminal contract

Zachary Seward of Quartz has gotten a copy of a typical Bloomberg contract and discovered that it allows the company to review customer usage “solely for operational reasons.” Seward writes, “The contract should help...

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Snooping is part of the Bloomberg culture

John Carney of CNBC.com talks to former Bloomberg News journalists about the culture of the company. Carney writes, “‘The surveillance culture is really comprehensive there. There are 450 cameras in the building, You badge in...

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Yes, I once drank the Bloomberg Kool-Aid

National Public Radio’s David Folkenflik interviewed me Monday afternoon about the culture at Bloomberg News that would allow reporters to access personal information about some of its clients — the main crux of the...

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Why the Bloomberg scandal is overblown

Heidi Moore, a U.S.-based business journalist for The Guardian in London, breaks down the Bloomberg snooping scandal and concludes that it’s much ado about nothing. Moore writes, “So it’s important to separate some key...

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Bloomberg user notes leaked online

More than ten thousand private messages sent between users of Bloomberg’s financial terminals have leaked online, report Daniel Schafer and Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson of The Financial Times. Schafer and Edgecliffe-Johnson write, “The leaked messages were...