U.S. banks can congratulate themselves for having avoided the security and capacity problems that have recently plagued U.K. banks with Internet operations.

In the past few weeks a security crisis hit Barclays Bank, technical glitches hobbled Abbey National PLC, and fears of a system overload caused Halifax PLC to delay the opening of its Internet-only bank.

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