Crypto exchange Binance late on Monday filed for a protective court order against the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission saying the regulator’s requests for information were “over broad” and “unduly burdensome”.
In a court filing in the US District Court of Columbia, BAM Trading, Binance U.S.’s operating company and BAM Management said the group had already provided sufficient information to the regulator.
The protective order seeks to limit the SEC, among other things, to four depositions from BAM employees, and to drop the deposition of BAM’s chief executive and of its chief financial officer, without naming anyone.
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