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 April 23, 2010  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Dan Worth reports:

New regulations from the Financial Services Authority (FSA) could force financial companies to record all mobile calls and store them for six months.

However, experts claimed today at a roundtable debate hosted by RIM that the regulations could lead many other enterprises to record mobile calls.

Financial firms currently have to record all fixed-line and email conversations, but not mobile calls. The FSA is holding a consultation period on whether to remove the exemption on mobile devices.

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