Government rules are hindering development of electronic financial services in the United States, on-line banking experts told lawmakers this week.

During hearings Wednesday and Thursday before the House Banking capital markets subcommittee, industry executives said laws restricting the use of digital signatures and the export of encryption technology are making it difficult for U.S. banks to offer new services.

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