Indian securities regulators issue guidelines on social media

The Securities and Exchange Board of India, or SEBI, says it’s noticed that brokers and their employees have been circulating unauthenticated news and rumors via blogs and other social media with the potential to damage the markets. It wants that to stop, and says that brokers should put a code of conduct in place, restrict their employees’ access to blogs and keep records of all employee social media activities. || Earlier: Before you ‘friend’ the SEC

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