As the industry works to improve the way online banking information is shared with personal financial management apps, a debate is brewing over whether to end the decades-old practice of screen scraping.

Proponents of the popular method say it is a valuable supplement to direct data feeds that may be incomplete or out-of-date. But screen scraping also raises risk concerns, since like other data collection methods it requires consumers to cough up their banking credentials.

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