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Privacy as a Public Good: A Case for Electronic Cash

August 12, 2019 | Cyber Security
Privacy as a Public Good: A Case for Electronic Cash

Cash gives users a high level of privacy when making payments, but the use of cash to make payments is declining. People increasingly use debit cards, credit cards or other methods to pay. These payment methods do not provide the same level of privacy as cash. Meanwhile, providers of such payment methods are increasingly seeking ways to earn money from the payments data of their clients.

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