NYCE, the dominant automated teller machine network in the New York area, launched a three-year advertising and educational campaign Monday aimed at improving ATM safety.

The campaign, including $2 million in advertising to be paid for by NYCE's New York City members, comes almost two years after the city council passed one of the nation's strictest ATM-security bills over bank lobbyists' resistance.

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