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Professor Reidenberg Comments on Bloomberg Data Breach

Submitted by on May 16 – 2013No Comment

Professor Joel Reidenberg recently appeared on CNBC to comment on Bloomberg’s acknowledgement that some of its reporters had access to Bloomberg financial data terminals, which contain sensitive information about customers and transactions.

Although Reidenberg said that Bloomberg’s actions were not illegal, they were concerning.

I think it still raises some pretty serious questions about surveillance and spying. Americans generally are very concerned and wary of spying on their data transaction and even though American law today doesn’t protect against this it doesn’t diminish the concerns that most Americans have.

Watch Reidenberg on CNBC

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