Facebook might add your banking info to Messenger

Facebook might add your banking info to Messenger

Facebook might add your banking info to Messenger

"Like many online companies, we routinely talk to financial institutions about how we can improve people's commerce experiences, like enabling better customer service", Facebook spokesperson Elisabeth Diana told the Wall Street Journal.

Facebook is pushing back against a report in Monday's Wall Street Journal that the company is asking major banks to provide private financial data.

Facebook wants banks to share your financial data to expand Messenger, says report.

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"While we regularly have conversations about potential partnerships, safeguarding the security and privacy of our customers' data and providing customer choice are paramount in everything we do", Citigroup told AFP by email. At least one major United States bank left talks with the company due to privacy concerns, the Wall Street Journal reports. (JPM), Wells Fargo & Co. In an effort to better protect user data, the company earlier in March said it ended "Partner Categories", which let advertisers use information from third-party data providers such as Experian and Oracle Data Cloud.

In response to the Journal's reporting, critics of corporate power used the word "dystopian" to describe the push by Facebook, Google, and Amazon for ever-greater access to users' personal information in a bid to boost profits. "Account linking enables people to receive real-time updates in Facebook Messenger where people can keep track of their transaction data like account balances, receipts, and shipping updates".

It's not clear if Facebook's attempts to obtain user financial data will be successful or not, but we'll likely find out in the coming months.

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Facebook has been under fire for several scandals involving data privacy, starting with Cambridge Analytica.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced in May he was rolling out privacy controls demanded by European regulators to Facebook users worldwide because "everyone cares about privacy".

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