NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- It's taking up a lot of headline space, but this business about out-of-control computers messing up the financial markets is nothing new.Neither is the inability of regulators to stay ahead of what's happening at places like Knight Capital Group (KCG) or Bats Global Markets, both of which have shocked markets after suffering computer glitches this year.
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