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Facebook wants to access customer accounts

The Wall Street Journal reports that the administration of Facebook asked the leadership of the largest American banks to obtain confidential data on customer accounts.
Recently, the social network clearly intends to increase its attractiveness as a trading platform for goods and services. The audience of the descendants of Zuckerberg reached two billion people. Sometimes they say: "If you are not on Facebook, you are not."
The desire to more and more influence the consumer behavior of users leads to the fact that the management of the network occurs in strange solutions. American banks were offered to share confidential information about the movement of accounts - where and what customers are buying. This will allow them to show targeted advertising.
Fortunately, the banks refused the deal. Exchange of user information without the user's consent has long been practiced not only in social networks.