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Hack Notice: Bloomberg


Nearly one thousand Bloomberg terminal users participating in an anonymous confab room had their identities unmasked this week when a London investment company sent out a list of the participants  including names and employers  to people in the chat room, The stake has learned.The data hack, 1 of the largest ever for former Mayor mike Bloombergs financial information company, led moderators to shut down the metal and mining chat, as well as ii others  one that focused on macroeconomic data and another on energy, according to participants.But the effect of the unmasking, as users have come to call it, is likely to be even greater than that as tidings of the hack is rippling throughout the company's 325,000 subscribers.But the effect of the unmasking, as users have amount to call it, is likely to be even greater than that as news of the cut is rippling throughout the companys 325,000 subscribers.

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