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Passing the digital buck : unresolved social and technical issues in electronic funds transfer systems

@inproceedings{Kling1976PassingTD,
  title={Passing the digital buck : unresolved social and technical issues in electronic funds transfer systems},
  author={Rob Kling},
  year={1976}
}
Author(s): Kling, Rob | Abstract: Over the last decade, plans for using computer-based sytems to automate the transfer of debits and credits have moved from a technologist's pipe dream to an emerging reality. During the last few years, several components of this technology have been developed in prototype form and have begun to be implemented on a large scale. While such systems promise financial benefits for the institutions that exploit them, they also raise significant social, legal, and… 
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