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NASDAQ HAS SURVEILLANCE DEVICE FOR INTERNET “CHATROOMS’

US stock market Nasdaq is to introduce a surveillance device designed to search internet chat-rooms looking for false information that could move share prices, according to the Financial Times. Nasdaq has apparently already spent between $1 and $2m on the initial costs of the device, which was developed by Virginian software company SAR, and will be installed before the end of the year.

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