In a key Dutch parliamentary debate on secondary legislation for the country’s Remote Gambling Act, tougher advertising regulations and the prospect of extending the "cooling-off period" once again took centre stage.
The event produced no final decision on what impact a recently announced six-month market launch delay will have on the two-year “cooling-off period”, which is designed to prevent any company fined for actively targeting the Dutch market from applying for a licence until more than two years after their infraction took place.
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