Electronic money systems must generate transaction records to help law enforcement agencies track money launderers, a senior Justice Department official said last week.

"In a paper environment ... we can get bank records, we can get credit card records," Robert S. Litt, deputy assistant attorney general, said Monday at an antilaundering conference here. "Our goal is only to preserve this ability."

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