SEC Chairman Gensler defends Commission’s 52-year-old ‘gag’ rule

"An essential component of settlements is the public recitation of the facts .... A settlement that allows the denial of wrongdoing undermines the value provided by the recitation of the facts, and it muddies the message to the public"

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