Concern that gambling charities have so far received insufficient voluntary funding from the industry in order to run sustainable programs raises wider questions about the industry’s true...
One of the UK’s leading mobile gambling operators has criticized inadequate know your customer protocols, suggesting some mobile phone betting systems are “negligent” and “a scam” in terms of...
The failure of Federal licensing requirements to adequately limit abuses by some operators in Ukraine’s fast growing gambling market have led the country’s MP’s to submit four bills proposing a...
Victoria Premier John Brumby has announced that from 2010 all gaming machines in the state will have installed systems to allow gamblers to set limits on the amount of time and money they spend...
New legislation due to come into force in January 2009 means that Estonia is on the verge of completing a much anticipated modernisation of its gambling regulatory regime. The new law, notified to...
Gambling firms risk falling foul of the Data Protection Act because they radically underestimate their responsibilities when they use CCTV security systems, according to a leading UK technology law...
The defeat of a casino enabling bill late last year stalled progress on gambling liberalization in Taiwan, but the issue has recently garnered support again in debates ahead of this month’s...
China’s Legislative Affairs Office has begun public consultations over its new draft management regulations for the burgeoning lottery industry. The rules are widely seen as a bid to impose order...
A self-excluded gambler has failed in his bid to recover more than £2m in losses from William Hill. A High Court judge ruled that William Hill could not be liable for Graham Calvert’s losses...
A YouGov survey has found that internet gambling is the least trusted of all e-commerce sectors in terms of its ability to protect and secure the identities of customers. The claim comes in spite...
A report published this week by Bangkok’s Assumption University contends that over 56 percent of Thais oppose having casinos on their national soil. The results will dismay those who advocate...
US states are spending an increasing amount of money on initiatives to both treat and prevent gambling addiction, with Massachusetts and Kansas both proposing massive investments in such programs....
A lawyer who became a gambling addict has launched a $20m lawsuit against a string of casinos in Atlantic City and Las Vegas, claiming they should have stopped her betting. But, going beyond its...
In a recent interview, Giorgio Tino, director general of gaming authority AAMS, said the gaming sector in Italy is making an increasingly important contribution to country’s economy, with Italy’s...
China’s plans to increase revenues and squeeze illegal gambling operations by improving the attractiveness of their state-run lottery products have energized Western companies looking to get...
Speaking at the GamblingCompliance Executive Briefing held earlier this week in London, UK industry observers agreed that the Government's decision to officially shelve plans for a super-casino...

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