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Bloomberg: I Know When You Logged In Last Summer

A scandal broke out over the weekend, and got a ton of attention on TV today

The story goes: some Bloomberg employees and journalists could see log and usage information about users of specific Bloomberg Terminals around the world. 

Hedge funds, banks, governments, and even legal firms pay Bloomberg $20,000 to access it's market tools, data, and computing system.

"Bloomberg employees say colleagues would look up chat transcripts of famous customers like Alan Greenspan."


- Link to excellent chart below by Chart Girl: http://chartgirl.com/i-know-when-you-logged-in-last-summer-the-bloomberg-spying-scandal/