Friday, October 19, 2018
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Facebook asks banks to share customer data

Facebook has entered discussions with major U.S. banks in an attempt to gain access to customer data, the Wall Street Journal reports. Read more: bankinnovation.net

Facebook taps banks for chatbots, not purchase data like Google

Facebook spokesperson tells TechCrunch it’s not asking for credit card transaction data from banks. Read more: techcrunch.com

Facebook’s new rules for crypto ads to weed out bad apples

Experts say the strict rules for crypto ads could improve the public's perception of blockchain firms. Read more: www.techinasia.com

Facebook reverses cryptocurrency ad ban

PREMIUM –Facebook has changed its stance on cryptocurrency ads by reversing a ban it had placed on the ads only five months ago. Read more: bankinnovation.net

Royal Bank of Canada, Facebook differ on Data Access

Royal Bank of Canada and Facebook today offered differing versions of why the social media company continued to give the bank extraordinary access Read more: bankinnovation.net

Facebook goes hard at blockchain

Facebook has formed a team to tackle blockchain initiatives. And it has put the former PayPal President David Marcus in charge of the effort. Read more: bankinnovation.net

Facebook looks to Instagram as payments revenue falls

EXCLUSIVE— Facebook is turning to its other platforms, including Instagram, WhatsApp, and Messenger for its experiments with payments, Read more: bankinnovation.net

British finance expert to sue Facebook for scam crypto ads

Martin Lewis, a prominent financial journalist and consumer finance expert, is set to issue High Court proceedings against Facebook for advertisements, Read more: cointelegraph.com

Cambridge Analytica planned $30m ICO before data scandal

Sources familiar with the matter said that the data analytics firm is also considering using Blockchain technology to secure their online data. Read more: www.coinspeaker.com

The FinTech Files: Facebook fears in FinTech

As Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg prepares to testify in US Congress, the debate around data security and privacy is very much alive and kicking. Read more: www.fnlondon.com