Dopo i 200M di multa l’anno scorso a JPMorgan, adesso 1.8Bn.
E’ prevedibile che l’ondata arrivi anche in UE. (oltre che per la privacy).
Se lo avessimo fatto in UE saremmo a stracciarci le vesti per il nostro autolesionismo antitecnologico…
Source: American Banker
The WhatsApp record-keeping violations that brought banks $1.8B in fines
Eleven investment banks and their affiliates will collectively pay historically high penalties after admitting to failures to monitor messages their employees sent on unauthorized messaging platforms.
The Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission both announced fines against the firms on Tuesday, after a yearlong investigation into investment bankers’ use of unauthorized, unmonitored messaging platforms. The penalties add up to $1.8 billion.
The fines came after the SEC found similar wrongdoing by JPMorgan, which resulted in $200 million total in fines last year.