Banks can use smart cards to turn the potentially volatile personal privacy issue to their advantage, according to several legal and marketing experts.

Speaking to an international card technology symposium this week, these experts suggested that financial institutions could both reassure consumers about the safety of their personal data and reward them for the privilege of using the data.

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