Internet gambling

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.

French closing in on Internet gambling

Mr. Anderson is expected to attend a meeting on March 13 to put the company’s case. Industry insiders were concerned to see inquiries extending beyond sports betting – which 888 does not offer – to online poker or casino games.

South Africa set to legalise and regulate online gambling

Interested parties have just four days to respond to the South African Department of Trade and Industry invitation for public comment on its draft National Gambling Amendment Bill.

Antigua and Barbuda may join forces with EU against US Gambling Enforcement Act

The European Union’s labeling of the US’s Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act as ‘protectionist’ has garnered support from Antigua and Barbuda gaming officials.

Online credit card use – The serious and the humorous

In response to a call by Scottish National Party MP Mike Weir for credit card companies to put a limit on the amount online players can spend on internet gambling, APACS, the UK trade association for payments, said that there were a number of significant problems with the idea, commenting that the solution would be to treat the problem at the source.

Internet Gambling Bill Delayed In Senate

Two Republican aides have forecasted that the Internet gambling bill is unlikely to win US Senate passage before senators begin a month-long recess on August 4.

House Warned Against “Rash Decisions” in Banning Online Gambling in the States

“Don’t Bet On The House” letter points to the positive in LA Times editorial

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