Gambling News

  • 13 March 2007

    Online Gambling Sites Work Around UIGEA

    San Francisco Chronicle Tom Somach, Special to The Chronicle Monday, March 12, 2007 Thinking of going online and wagering on a few games in the upcoming NCAA basketball tournament? Uncle Sam doesn’t want you to, but he’s having trouble stopping anyone. The government’s latest effort to get Americans to stop gambling via the Internet has been largely ineffective, according to the online gambling industry.

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  • 13 March 2007

    Online Gambling Charges Dropped In Landmark Decision In Phillipines

    Declaring Internet Gambling was not covered by Presidential Drecree 1602 which deals with penalties for illegal gambling, the city prosecutor’s office dismissed the illegal gambling charges brought by the Nationl Bureau of Investigation against British Grand Vision International in Clark, Phillipines.

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  • 13 March 2007

    China Adds Online Gaming To National Security Risk List

    THE REGISTER By Burke Hansen in San Francisco → More by this author Monday 12th March 2007 House of Cards-Although the Chinese government recently announced a purifying moratorium on internet cafes – the same week the Communist Youth League penned a contract with leading gaming developer Playtech to provide software for large scale internet-based gambling tournaments – the cadres in Beijing know that internet cafes are only an embodiment of something much larger and more

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  • 13 March 2007

    UK Ban On Gambling Ads Dropped

    SKY.com Tuesday March 13, 2007 Casinos, betting shops and online gambling sites will be able to advertise on television under new rules announced today. The change in the rules come into force in September as part of the Gambling Act 2005. However, commercials must comply with a code which aims to ensure they are “socially responsible”. This means the adverts must not imply gambling can be a solution to financial problems and must not be directed at children or young people.

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  • 12 March 2007

    Man Gets Probation For Running Sports Gambling Operation

    Fon du Lac Reporter By Amie Jo Schaenzer A Ripon business owner who told a judge he didn’t make any money off a sports gambling operation he ran has been placed on probation for one year and ordered to perform 100 hours of community service. During a plea and sentencing hearing Friday for Dan D. Mullowney, 46, three felony gambling charges were amended to misdemeanor gambling offenses.

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  • 09 March 2007

    Canada Warns Alberta Cree Band To Halt Online Gambling Plans

    Canada.com Tuesday, March 06, 2007 EDMONTON (CP) – Alberta’s top cop is warning a Cree band to halt plans to set up an Internet gambling haven on their reserve near Edmonton. Solicitor General Fred Lindsay also says he’s become aware that the Mohawks, who run illegal gambling operations in Quebec, have been advising the Alexander First Nation.

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  • 28 February 2007

    China Vows To Crush Online Gambling For Harmony's Sake

    THE REGISTER Anti-obsession controls already in place By Burke Hansen in San Francisco Wednesday 28th February 2007 Due to its proximity to mainland China, gambling development in Macau has exploded – recently even surpassing Las Vegas’ legendary Strip in revenue terms – and international players, such as Ladbrokes, have been positioning themselves to expand into the mainland itself when the time is right. It could be a long wait.

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  • 27 February 2007

    Former 888 CEO To Show At Interview With French Authorities

    eGaming Review eGaming Review has learned that John Anderson will attend the interview with the French authorities on March 13. 888 said in a statement this morning that its non-executive director and former chief executive had been asked to attend the interview with the French gaming authorities. The company added that the French market represented “an immaterial percentage of its business” and that it would continue to consult its legal advisers in relation to this matter.

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  • 26 February 2007

    Double Standards of US Politicians In Action

    There’s been a lot of talk recently through radio, articles and blogs regarding the double standard being used by the United States, most apparent lately in the area of gambling. As online gambling enthusiasts, we’ve seen US politicians assume the role of parent and pass judgment and legislation against the sins of online gambling and punished us by restricting the use of our own money in our own homes.

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  • 24 February 2007

    APCW Has A Way to Heal All Ills For VA With Online Gambling

    On February 16, 2007 the APCW announced a working partnership with the Veterans of Foreign Wars Webcom Network for the purposes of identifying and exploring the possibilities of using the charitable online gaming model as a means to bring online gaming back to America while at the same time creating a dedicated revenue stream for the Veterans Administration.

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