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Denmark’s gambling minister is developing a proposal that would make the country’s secretive gambling fines and penalties public for the first time.
Penalties and warnings issued by the Danish Gambling Authority (Spillemyndigheden) are not currently public information, in contrast with other countries that have open licensing, including Sweden, the UK and Lithuania.
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