Tag Archives | Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act

Online Gambling’s ‘Public Outcry Campaign’ Gaining Support and Momentum

The online gambling industry’s ‘Public Outcry Capaign’, meant to reveal the publics displeasure in this century’s form of prohibition, is moving into phase two this week. Callers will be emphasizing to their representatives that the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act should be repealed because it is in direct violation of a recent World Trade Organization […]

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International Online Gambling Industry

In light of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA), as one would expect, the online gambling industry has indeed shifted its focus to non-US countries. In addition, the UK has taken steps to make it more complex to use its services illegitimately. Meanwhile, although it may not be quite as harsh as the UIGEA, […]

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Territorial limits? What territorial limits?

The world was shocked when the US government arrested a prominent UK businessman for violating US law, even though he runs a perfectly legal UK licensed gaming company…. Who the heck do US officials think they are? What jurisdiction do they think they have? No emperor, or commissar, pope or prince in all of history […]

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