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  • 05 February 2007

    Congress Made Bad Call On Online Gambling

    Daily Breeze February 4, 2007 The best bet would be for the government to lift the online gaming ban and instead license, regulate and tax Web sites that seek American bettors. Daily Breeze editorial Super Bowl Sunday is a good time to examine the federal government’s hypocritical relationship with gambling. Betting at Native American casinos on federal land is fine. Wagering in Nevada and New Jersey is OK, too. State lotteries are great. So is the stock market.

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  • 03 February 2007

    Perspectives Weekly For February 2 - J Todd Is Loose In London

    The Beatles accompany the start of this week’s Perspectives Weekly for February 2, 2007 and it’s the 2nd video shot in London where J. Todd was attending CAP Euro. I can verify it really was J. Todd even though he didn’t introduce himself in the video.

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  • 02 February 2007

    US DOJ Actions Effectively Freezes Neteller Customer Funds

    USA TODAY By Jon Swartz, USA TODAY SAN FRANCISCO — The federal crackdown on online gambling has tied up the funds of thousands of U.S. patrons of two of the largest services. The crackdown on BetOnSports, which no longer takes sports wagers from the USA, and Neteller — an Internet payment service popular among gamblers — is intended to put a dent in the $10.6 billion industry.

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  • 02 February 2007

    Judge Rules Against Online Gambling; Upholds Monopoly Israel

    PANORAMA A precedent-setting ruling was delivered this week against online poker and online gambling in the Israeli court case involving Gibraltar-based online bookmaker Victor Chandler’s CEO Michael Carlton, effectively banning online gambling companies from delivering any services to Israeli customers.

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  • 30 January 2007

    New Payment Processor 'YouTeller' Touted As Neteller Replacement For Online Gambling

    NewswireToday - /newswire/ – London, United Kingdom, 01/30/2007 – Shortly after Neteller announced its decision to pull out of the US gaming market on January 18, the London-based technology company Seed Capital Ltd. introduced a new payment processing service ‘YouTeller.com’. “We will start in March with a revolution in simplicity of worldwide online payments.

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  • 30 January 2007

    DoJ DENIES IMMEDIATE ONLINE GAMBLING ARRESTS ARE PLANNED

    eGaming Review DoJ denies imminent indictment rumours Rumours suggesting further online gaming arrests planned for this week have been denied by the Department of Justice (DoJ) in New York and Washington DC this afternoon. A spokesperson said: “Nothing would be made public until an individual or company was charged.

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  • 30 January 2007

    Manchester To Host UK SuperCasino

    REUTERS Tue Jan 30, 2007 1:01 PM GMT143 By Pete Harrison LONDON (Reuters) – Manchester unexpectedly won the fight to host the first Las Vegas-style supercasino on Tuesday, beating challengers including nearby Blackpool and London’s Millennium Dome. Most industry analysts had predicted that either Blackpool, the Dome in London or Glasgow would win.

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  • 30 January 2007

    Possible Challenge To Internet Gambling Law From EU

    REUTERS Tue Jan 30, 2007 11:41 AM GMT143 BRUSSELS (Reuters) – U.S. restrictions on online gambling may be challenged by the European Union, the bloc’s top financial regulator said on Tuesday. “In my view it is probably a restrictive practice and we might take it up in another fora,” EU Internal Market Commissioner Charlie McCreevy told the European Parliament.

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  • 28 January 2007

    House Bill 1243 Introduced To Remove Felony Language in Current State Legislation

    Strow Introduces Bill 1243 into Washington State Legislature Press Release – Washington House Republicans 10th District legislator introduces bill to provide an affirmative defense to the Class C Felony created by 2006 internet gambling bill Rep. Chris Strow, R-Whidbey Island, today announced his legislation, House Bill 1243, to quash the felony charge language in last year’s legislation addressing in-home internet gambling.

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  • 27 January 2007

    Updated Online Gambling Info In This Week's Perspectives Weekly

    Join the Fight and J Todd as he presents the weekly video Perspectives Weekly – January 26th, 2007 This week’s video was shot in London where J Todd is attending the ICE and CAP Euro Conventions and covers the hot topics in Online Gambling: An Update on Neteller Arrests DOJ’s demand for information from Banks in US and UK WTO Upholds Recent Ruling – US loses New York state filtering (censoring) internet? Rumor and Fact A huge plus for me in this week’s

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