Bloomberg ‘Spying’ May Spur Contract Rewrites

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Industry observers say the revelation that Bloomberg journalists were able to access information on Bloomberg Professional terminal users’ activity could result in clients demanding stricter service contracts that include specific privacy clauses to prevent unwanted monitoring of their activity, but warn against knee-jerk over-reactions that could damage vendors’ ability to develop and support their products.

Both Bloomberg chief executive Dan Doctoroff and editor-in-chief Matthew Winkler were

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