FSA to Tape Traders' Mobile Phone Calls

In an effort to combat insider trading and fraud, the UK’s Financial Services Authority (FSA) says that as of November 2011, investment firms will have to begin recording conversations that traders make on their cell phones.

These are only for cell phones issued by individual firms, as the FSA remains vague on personal cell phone use. The conversations will have to be stored for six months.

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