JPMorgan Chase is working on tools to let customers control which third-party apps can access their data (29/30)

“In JPMorgan Chase’s Q4 2019 earnings call held earlier this week, CEO Jamie Dimon and CFO Jennifer Piepszak said that the firm is working on controlling third-party apps’ access to customer data and will eventually give customers the ability to determine what data is and isn’t shared.”

Source: Business Insider

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