Banks should be allowed to develop new technologies without government interference, a senior bank regulator said Thursday.

James Kamihachi, senior deputy for economic and policy analysis at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, told House Banking's technology subcommittee that the market, not regulators, should decide whether or not innovations like on-line banking succeed.

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