Commerce Book to Get Online Updates

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A new 700-page money and banking book will get regular updates on the Web. The book, "21st Century Money, Banking and Commerce," costs $95 for the hardbound edition. For $35, subscribers get access to a password-protected Web site, which is part of a service called E-BankFutures.


Excerpts of the book can be seen at www.ffhsj.com/21stBook. It covers issues regarding electronic financial products and services, including smart cards, electronic money, privacy, security, payments systems, rules and regulations. The book was written by lawyers Thomas Vartanian and Robert Ledig and Lynn Bruneau, a partner in the Computer Risk Management group at Arthur Andersen, New York.
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