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Thursday, September 01, 2011

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Mitch

The police will never in a million years have a policy of recording everything they do. That would make the recordings discoverable during a trial, which the police would never, ever want.

John Cass

It looks like Swatch specifically asked everyone on the call not to record the call, but Bloomberg did, then turned around and sold the content. Is that what happened? If so, do you think Bloomberg should have asked permission to record the call?

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