Desktop Conference: New York and Online Credit Betting

21 March 2003

New York's attorney general, Elliot Spitzer, has made numerous efforts in the past two years to persuade financial institutions to block the state's residents from using their credit cards to gamble online--most notably the reaching of settlements with PayPal and Citibank. In an interview with IGN Publisher Sue Schneider, two officials from Spitzer's office explain why these actions have been taken and on what grounds. This interview features Dan Feldman, New York's assistant deputy attorney general, and Kenneth Dreifach, the chief of the Internet bureau for Spitzer's office, and is available for free to non-subscribers.

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