Monday, April 27, 2009

The Electronic Future of Cash

American University Law Review published a special edition on "The Electronic Future of Cash" in April 1997 (Volume 46, Number 4), which included a discussion on the surrounding regulatory and legal issues. Also included in the edition was an article from National Security Agency's Cryptology Division, "How to Make a Mint: The Cryptography of Anonymous Electronic Cash".


The Electronic Future of Cash
Table of Contents

EDITOR'S NOTE

Piracy, Privacy, and Privatization: Fictional and Legal Approaches to the Electronic Future of Cash
Walter A. Effross

SURVEY

1996: Survey of the Year's Developments in Electronic Cash Law and the Laws Affecting Electronic Banking in the United States
Richard L. Field

ARTICLES

Stored Value Cards and the Consumer: The Need for Regulation
Mark E. Budnitz

Why Regulate Cybermoney?
David G. Oedel

How Best to Guide the Evolution of Electronic Currency Law
Brian W. Smith
Ramsey J. Wilson

ESSAYS

How to Make a Mint: The Cryptography of Anonymous Electronic Cash
Laurie Law
Susan Sabett
Jerry Solinas

How to Regulate Electronic Cash: An Overview of Regulatory Issues and Strategies
Simon L. Lelieveldt

Electronic Stored Value Payment Systems, Market Position, and Regulatory Issues
Gary W. Lorenz

NOTES

United States v. Ursery: Drug Offenders Forfeit Their Fifth Amendment Rights
Sean M. Dunn

Montana v. Egelhoff: Voluntary Intoxication, Morality, and the Constitution
Robert J. McManus

COMMENT

The Helms-Burton Act: The Effect of International Law on Domestic Implementation
W. Fletcher Fairey

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