If you’ve ever suspected that privacy policies aren’t really written to help you make informed decisions about how companies use your data, then this episode is for you. CGAP's privacy and consumer financial services expert David Medine discusses the risks that millions of low-income consumers face in developing countries as they start using digital financial services. He then describes an approach to taking data protection and privacy beyond the consent form and into the 21st century.
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What must providers do differently to make digital payments work better than cash for merchants and their customers? Peter Zetterli’s search for an answer led him to a surprising question: What if trying to be better than cash is the wrong approach?