Lawmakers in the Netherlands have touted the idea of a consent dashboard to be implemented by banks to help consumers manage access permissions given to third-party providers.
During a debate on the implementation of the revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) that took place on Tuesday, Dutch parliamentarians pressed the finance minister on several privacy and data protection matters.
House representatives were concerned that a lack of consumer awareness around consent could mean they allow third parties to access their financial data without fully understanding what they are agreeing to.
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