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The European Commission has issued France with a Detailed Opinion urging the French government to modify the law that obliges internet service providers (ISPs) to warn customers against the use of...
As part of a series of fictional gambling dispute case studies, Gamblingcompliance compares current dispute resolution procedures used to settle staff errors to the likely outcome of similar...
Drawing heavily on the ECJ’s recent Placanica decision, Holland’s highest court has raised severe doubts over the compatibility with European law of the country’s system for licensing domestic...
The Liberal Democratic Party’s plans to introduce casino gambling in Japan could be derailed by defeat in the upcoming July 29 election. However, chances for real progress rest in the hands of...
From September 1st 2007, it will be the responsibility of local Licensing Authorities to issue permits enabling certain businesses to offer the use of gaming machines in establishments not...
Gamblingcompliance looks at the winners and losers from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's approval of a memorandum of understanding between Tabcorp, Sky and TVN.
As part of a series of exclusive articles exploring poker’s legal status throughout Europe, Alex Wade examines the gradual softening of the Italian authorities’ stance on tournament poker, and the...
The Western Canada Lottery Corporation’s (WCLC) announcement that it will require all retail outlets to install new, specialized terminals to combat retailer fraud follows the high-profile scandals...
Although the ‘black-slot’ scandal appears to be quieting down, Italian authorities and betting operators, notably Stanley and Betfair, continue to be locked in heated discussions at European,...
GamblingCompliance talks exclusively to Bert Elson, director of liquor and gaming branch in the Tasmanian government’s Department of Treasury and Finance, about the state’s application to be...
To assist our users to develop and maintain policies and procedures that will minimise the occurance and impact of customer disputes once the Gambling Act 2005 comes into force in September, we...
As television companies continue to face the wrath of broadcasting regulators over participation TV scandals, the Gambling Commission says its negotiations to bring some forms of programming under...
The Macau Government is heading for a rough ride over deficiencies in their money laundering oversight and licensing processes next week. The issues are set to be discussed at the Asia Pacific...
The Isle of Man-based company will not face further prosecution from the US Department of Justice after it agreed to pay a substantial fine, it was announced last night.
The Swedish Gaming Board publicly announced this week that it has demanded information from 24h Poker about the company’s operations in Sweden and hinted that other operators could soon face...
The text (in English) of the Cour de Cassation's landmark ruling in which it told the French Court of Appeal that the Court must consider ECJ case law in any verdict reached on the case brought...

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