October 17, 2007
SEC Releases Source Code for Interactive Data Viewer for Free Use by the Market
"Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Christopher Cox announced that the source code for the Interactive Financial Report Viewer that enables investors to analyze companies’ interactive data filings is now available via its Web site for free use by the market."
“The SEC is committed to making the source code for all of our interactive data applications, including our Web-based interactive data viewer, available to the world as a basis for developing new XBRL-enabled products,” said Chairman Cox. “Contributing this to the public domain will encourage the development of software that uses SEC data feeds to give investors better and faster information with cutting-edge tools created by the private sector.”
The source code is now available at: http://www.sec.gov/spotlight/xbrl/xbrlviewerlicense.htm [RJ]
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