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“Surprised there’s even a feature for BBG to unmask everyone in a transcript to send.” Under normal conditions, chat room participants are only identified by a generic Bloomberg name, like “Member 12345.” As such, participants feel they can speak candidly about companies in the sector — and on just about any other subject matter.Compliance officers at Wall Street firms, in order to police employees at their firm, do have the ability to get unmasked transcripts of any Bloomberg chat.Anyways, I’m enjoying it so far (when I have the time for it) Give it a try! I don’t really get why you’d monitor private messages so closely —- especially if the parties are “of age”. I’m just saying that I’m 31 yrs old, and I feel I should have the right to speak to anyone however I’d like to.It also seems to be really safe and the team does what it can to keep it that way! :) I get it’s for safety, but I’m not sure how this keeps me safe.The app does let you have some control with people you wouldnt want to interact with or talk to anymore like blocking them if you feel they are a bad influence to you, which I feel gives myself more security and privacy.Overall, this app has alot of great potential, and I hope the developers reach out and read what we, the users, have to say about the app to improve it and make it better for the future community.The system has apparently worked seamlessly for years — until Aug. On that day, a user from the investment firm Janus Henderson sent an unmasked list of all the participants in the metal and mining chat room the previous day to many people who were in the chat room, according to copy of the e-mail obtained by The Post.
It reminds me of the “good ol’ days” back in the late 90’s/early 00’s when I used to go into chat rooms similar to this on dial-up internet!The data breach, one of the largest ever for former Mayor Mike Bloomberg’s financial information company, led moderators to shut down the metal and mining chat, as well as two others — one that focused on macroeconomic data and another on energy, according to participants.For the 866 participants in the chat room, the breach is an unnerving event — exposing their candid, and sometimes off-color comments to both rivals and to companies they might be researching.“We provide this information to firms at their request so they can meet legal and compliance requirements,” Ty Trippet, a spokesman for Bloomberg, told The Post.“We also make sure all our users are aware of this disclosure and actively opt-in before they can participate in an anonymous chat.” No one’s accused Bloomberg of any wrongdoing.