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The giant financial data company Bloomberg is acknowledging that some of its subscribers were tracked by the company’s reporters. The reporters were allowed to see what kind of information the subscribers were looking at and how long it had been since they logged on. The tracking came to light after Goldman Sachs complained about the practice. Over the weekend the Federal Reserve said is looking into whether its employees were tracked as well.