A pillar of the staid financial community of England is partnering with a Silicon Valley startup to enable the secure sale and delivery of goods over the Internet. The NatWest, one of the largest banks in Europe, will work with InterTrust Technologies to provide secure transactions to merchants and its consumer customers via InterTrust's MetaTrust Utility. The service should be up and running by the middle of next year. InterTrust provides merchants, particularly publishers, with software to protect copyrights or content that is distributed either physically or online.
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