Media-savvy US regulators may play on fear of wiretaps after Galleon success

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the US Department of Justice (DoJ) have become increasingly adept in their distribution of information with an eye on deterrence, says a former spokesman.

"Regulators are getting very smart, very quickly. There's always a different way of approaching it, and every case is going to be different," says Michael Robinson, formerly of both the SEC and US Department of Justice, and now senior vice-president at Levick Strategic Communications in

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