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Wells Fargo launched a Messenger chatbot with a warning to customers—”Facebook has access to your private Messenger conversations with bank representatives.” https://t.co/tiMBKeFjiP

Wells Fargo launched a Messenger chatbot with a warning to customers—"Facebook has access to your private Messenger conversations with bank representatives." https://t.co/tiMBKeFjiP — Joel Winston (@joelwinston) September 18, 2018

New @WSJ—Facebook executives to American Express: “We want to use all individualized cardholder spending data that passes through Messenger for a variety of purposes.” https://t.co/tiMBKeFjiP

New @WSJ—Facebook executives to American Express: "We want to use all individualized cardholder spending data that passes through Messenger for a variety of purposes." https://t.co/tiMBKeFjiP — Joel Winston (@joelwinston) September 18, 2018

RT @dnvolz: NEW: Two years before Equifax stunned the world with the announcement it had suffered an enormous data breach, the credit-repor…

NEW: Two years before Equifax stunned the world with the announcement it had suffered an enormous data breach, the credit-reporting company believed it had fallen victim to another theft at the hands of Chinese spies https://t.co/PEzEDZPh4O via @aviswanatha and @Kate_OKeeffe — Dustin Volz (@dnvolz) September 12, 2018