Last year in July the European Commission published some updates to the Payment Services Directive. Their aim was to regulate and reassure the security of new mobile payments expected to grow in substantially in the next two years. Still a recent roundtable held in the European Parliament revealed that the draft rules do not go far enough to protect customers. Giovanni Butarelli, the assistant European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) said “ Frankly speaking let me say that everything that is needed [to protect the consumer] is missing [from the proposal] on data protection ”. Butareli’s main concern was that an increasingly significant amount of personal information is processed by service providers, while they should have access only to the specific data that concerns them and no more. One of the solutions proposed at the meeting was a single standard interface between third parties and consumers. Such could be the “digital wallets”, which are already getting popular in the US, and which could allow for new more personalized services.