NEW YORK--No more bad language for Bloomberg users: Bloomberg now informs its users, via a compliance alert, that the use of 'colourful' language sent via the Bloomberg e-mail system is "inappropriate in the context of business correspondence". The new rules have caused some uproar among users.
The screening software has been in use internally for six months, but has been extended to customers for fear that offensive emails would lead to harassment lawsuits. A spokesperson for Bloomberg says
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