The regulation's proposals on source code could put intellectual property at risk
A group of industry bodies has highlighted
concerns over source code and registration requirements with
the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s
proposed regulation automated trading.
The regulation was proposed in November,
and the issue of source code has proved controversial since the release, as
it would allow the regulator unprecedented access to
firms’ intellectual property.
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