Breaking news is that a member of EVE Online's elected player representative body has tried to use inside information to make a killing on the markets.
A corrupt politician abusing his position in order to screw the people who voted for him: Proof once again that EVE's complex social organisation mirrors real life.
Except that in real life he would probably never have been caught and punished.
And in real life the public would never have gotten a clear explanation of what actually happened.
And of course in real life the perpetrator would never have come out and openly admitted his guilt.
Just like real life ... NOT.