Gambling

Payment Processor Fined

It is reported that U.S. prosecutors yesterday reached an agreement not to file charges against the payment processing company Electronic Clearing House Inc.

At least 64 People Arrested in U.S. Online Gambling Stings

As first reported on gambling911 website, more than 64 people have been arrested, with others being sought in connection to various online gambling stings that were coordinated throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut on Wednesday

Poland to introduce regulations to online gambling laws

The Polish Government is planning to introduce regulations to its online gambling laws, similar to those in Italy, as reported in the Warsaw Voice.

Sportingbet Moving to Alderney, Channel Islands

Online gambling outfit Sportingbet is said to be transferring its licensable activities to Alderney in the Channel Islands, due to uncertainty surrounding the precise operational requirements of the 2005 UK Gambling Act.

Cyprus looks to introducing online gambling laws

CYPRIOTS gambled more than £28 million over the internet in 2006, according to figures presented to the House Institutions Committee of Cyprus, by credit card company JCC. Other estimations believe the figure is closer to £1.5 billion.

Gambling firms not encouraged by UK betting tax

Gambling firms and casino operators were left disappointed by Wednesday’s budget after Chancellor Gordon Brown slapped higher tax on large casinos and did little to tempt Internet gambling onshore

New EC Ruling Could Have Effect on US Internet Gambling Laws

On 21st March, The European Commission (EC) took the next step towards removing gambling restrictions in a number of EU states.

Two plead guilty in US e-gambling case

On 16th April, a Miami executive and his wife pleaded guilty in court to participating in a massive $1.4 billion-a-year Internet sports gambling operation in New York. The Queens District Attorney’s office said that Daniel Clarin, 32, and Melissa Clarin, 31, pleaded guilty to enterprise corruption and conspiracy charges for taking part in the operation that ran over a 28-month period.

NETeller case extended to April

On 16th March, The Department of Justice team handling the NETeller case, against the company’s co-founders John Lefebvre and Stephen Lawrence, were given an extension until 16th April by the US court.

UK Gambling advertising laws to be scrapped

A ban on TV and radio adverts for casinos, betting shops and online gambling sites is to be scrapped. The new revised rules will come into operation in September 2007, as part of the Gambling Act 2005.

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