The Party is Back!

…In America. Sorry to disappoint, but this isn’t going to turn into a song. Anyhow, back in 2006, the American online gambling ban took effect. The ban was called The Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act, otherwise known as UIGEA. This ban drove out the European online gambling operators, and they left the country for fear […]
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Ontarians to get facial scans?

Problem gamblers are finding ways around the self-exclusion lists for land-based casinos. It’s become a rising issue across Canada, and now Ontario’s legislature is considering facial recognition devices. This would mean that players with addictive gambling behaviors that show up in the brick-and-mortar casinos in Ontario would have an incentive not to. As of this […]
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B.C. Information and Privacy Department Finds Online Gambling Site At Fault

When the BC government launched the PlayNow.com online gambling site last summer it did not take adequate steps to protect the privacy of the users at first according to an investigation that was headed up by B.C. Information and Privacy Commissioner Elizabeth Denham. However the report does conclude that adequate steps were taken to ensure […]
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Advocates of Online Gambling USA Should Look At eCOGRA Model

Players will agree the excitement of online gambling can be offset by anxiety if they think they have chosen an unsafe gambling site. The e-commerce Online Gambling Regulation and Assurance (eCOGRA) is here to protect the interest of players by providing secure and legitimate online casino sites they can enjoy with confidence. If and when […]
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The Interactive Media Entertainment and Gaming Association Backs Jersey Bill

The pioneering spirit that defines America has focused its energy on introducing legalized Internet Gambling to the nation. New Jersey wants to become the trailblazing center of regulated iGaming in the US and a recent study has the momentum to push the state in this direction. According to the report issued by the Interactive Media […]
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