Wavelength Podcast Episode 126: Brexit Fallout; the SGX-NSE Battle Continues; Cellphone Location Data

Anthony and James hit on a wide-range of topics, from Brexit in the UK, to the SGX-NSE fight in APAC, to the Supreme Court's decision on cellphone location data in the US.

On the podcast this week, Anthony and James first look at recent Brexit developments and examine how tech providers—and, specifically, Approved Publication Arrangement (APA) operators—are dealing with the looming 2019 Brexit deadline (1:15). They then provide a quick update in the fight between the Singapore Exchange (SGX) and the National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) (8:30). They hit on an important Supreme Court decision involving fourth-amendment rights and cellphone data (13:45) before transitioning to Tuesday’s primary elections in the US (18:30). They wrap things up by looking at some of the early results from this year’s World Cup (29:15).


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Contact Info

As is the case with everything we do, we'd love to get some feedback from our listeners. Feel free to reach out to Anthony or James via Twitter or email.

Anthony: @a_malakiananthony.malakian@infopro-digital.com

James: @JimRundle; james.rundle@infopro-digital.com

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Episode 118: CAT ‘State of the Union’, RTS 27 & 28 Concerns

Episode 119: SS&C's Acquisition Plans; Data Privacy Concerns; May 2018 Features

Episode 120: CCP Non-Default Losses

Episode 121: An Examination of CQRS; Coinbase’s Institutional Play

Episode 122: An Interview with Cboe's Chris Isaacson; GDPR Has Arrived

Episode 123: An Examination of the SGX-NSE Row; Esma Targets Reporting Platforms

Episode 124: Exchange Outages and Blockchain Developments

Episode 125:Bitcoin, Ether Aren't Securities (Maybe); Privacy Issues and the Law 

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