Anne Lindner Article Archive

Anne Lindner has contributed 225 articles published on the iGaming News site.
Senate Committee Moves Kyl Bill, Minus States' Rights Provision (1 August 2003)
Yesterday the Kyl Internet gambling bill easily passed the U.S. Senate Banking Committee, but not before the committee's chairman, Rep. Richard C. Shelby, R-Ala., amended it by taking out a carve-out that would let states regulate online gambling that only takes place within their state lines.
Gaming Factory Hit for $2 Million in Boiler Room Case (31 July 2003)
The United States District Court of Southern Florida on July 18 finalized its judgment in the case between the Securities and Exchange Commission and The Gaming Factory.
WTO Panel to Arbitrate Antigua/US Dispute (23 July 2003)
The World Trade Organization's dispute settlement body will appoint a three-member panel to decide whether Antigua's complaint against the United States is valid.
DCMS Puts forth Draft Clauses for New UK Gaming Regulations (15 July 2003)
The United Kingdom's Department for Culture, Media and Sport today published the first set of draft clauses of the Gambling Bill as DCMS Secretary Tessa Jowell called for regulations that will meet the demands of current gambling technology.
A Limited Sky - No Casino Games via Interactive TV (10 July 2003)
Citing the nebulous legality of offering non fixed-odds games through the medium of digital interactive television, Sky Digital recently announced that from July 21 on it will not allow casino games to be offered on its platform.
Q & A: Kev Leyshon, Norfolk Island Gaming Authority (3 July 2003)
Kev Leyshon, the director of the Norfolk Island Gaming Authority, spoke to Interactive Gaming News this week about how being an Australian territory has made the island's once-thriving Internet gambling licensing business fall on hard times.
I-Gaming on Hold in the UK, But for How Long? (27 June 2003)
The Interactive Gaming, Gambling and Betting Association (IGGBA) said last week at the Global Interactive Gaming Summit and Expo in Montreal that it will try to push sections of the U.K. gambling bill through Parliament if it begins to appear that the bill will be stalled.
No Dice in the House for Bachus Bill... Yet (5 June 2003)
HR 2143 was pulled from the House of Representatives schedule again today before it could come to a vote.
Bachus I-Gaming Bill Put on Hold (3 June 2003)
HR 2143, an Internet gambling bill, was pulled from the House of Representatives suspension calendar today by its sponsors.
Visa Pulls the Plug on '7995' Cheaters (29 May 2003)
On May 22, Visa instituted a new policy that will block some Internet gambling transactions that were being miscoded by site operators.
The Real Purpose of the Bachus Bill? (23 May 2003)
Q & A: Paul Barnes, Access Gaming Systems (22 May 2003)
A New Prohibition Bill Emerges in the House (20 May 2003)
Eleventh-Hour Opposition in the House (16 May 2003)
House Committee Amends, Passes Leach Bil (14 May 2003)
Denmark Seeks to Invoke Australia's 'Good Neighbor' Clause (8 May 2003)
PBL Closes Crown Online Casino (7 May 2003)
House Subcommittee Moves Leach Bil (6 May 2003)
Amid Uncertainty in US, Crypto Performs Well in Q1 (5 May 2003)
Island Lottery Allowed to Offer I-Gaming Services to Finns (1 May 2003)
House Subcommittee Examines Conyers, Leach Bills (29 April 2003)
Opposing I-gaming Bills to Be Heard Next Week in US Congress (24 April 2003)
New Study Suggests Online Gambling Is Popular Among Teenage Boys (18 April 2003)
Antigua in Discussions with US WTO Delegation (16 April 2003)
US College Students Weigh in on I-Gaming Policy (9 April 2003)
A New Life for Harrods Online Casino (4 April 2003)
A 'Slightly Lighter Touch' in Sark (2 April 2003)
Q & A: David Outhwaite, dot com Entertainment Group (28 March 2003)
A New Licensing Scheme in Vanuatu (20 March 2003)
Banking Committee Calls on Justice Department to Address Kyl Bil (18 March 2003)
Financial Services Committee Moves Leach Bil (13 March 2003)
Another Round for Kyl and Conyers Bills (12 March 2003)
From Government Security to Online Gambling (11 March 2003)
Lotto CD-ROM Too Close to I-Gaming for Connecticut (7 March 2003)
Las Vegas Sands Licensed in Alderney (5 March 2003)
National Lottery Goes Interactive (4 March 2003)
Illinois to Consider Anti I-Gaming Bil (26 February 2003)
Crypto, Boss Announce William Hill Deals (25 February 2003)
Poker.com To Launch U.S.-Based Skill Poker Site (21 February 2003)
New Visa Policy Aims to Minimize Fraud (19 February 2003)
Bingo Entertainment Tries Its Hand at Sub-Licensing Scheme (5 February 2003)
Conyers, Leach Bills Could See Action Soon (29 January 2003)
Kerzner Interactive Calls It Quits (29 January 2003)
NJ Committee Approves Net Gaming Commission (9 January 2003)
Former i2corp.com Exec Charged with Three Felony Counts (8 January 2003)
Leach Offers Prohibition Bill on Opening Day (8 January 2003)
Ready to Take the Plunge (7 January 2003)
US Court Drops Charges Brought Against Seminoles (19 December 2002)
I-Gaming Receives Consideration in New Jersey (16 December 2002)
Q & A: Tony Wollenberg (12 December 2002)
Poker.com Loses Its Greatest Asset (10 December 2002)
A New Reality: US-Based I-Gaming (5 December 2002)
A Big Step for I-Gaming in the Virgin Islands (27 November 2002)
US Appeals Court Upholds Duval Ruling (22 November 2002)
Power Struggle in the Philippines (21 November 2002)
Visa Dismisses Talk of New Crackdown on I-Gaming (20 November 2002)
New House Bill Proposes Panel to Consider Regulation (19 November 2002)
Bracing for the PayPal Freeze (15 November 2002)
It's Not Rocket Science (8 November 2002)
Administration Backs Leach (31 October 2002)
I-Gaming Tax to Be Nixed in Antigua (29 October 2002)
Mobliss and the American Wireless Gaming Market (25 October 2002)
Senate Recesses with Leach Bill Untouched (18 October 2002)
European Bookmakers Assess Hong Kong Situation (9 October 2002)
HR 556 - The Industry Responds (2 October 2002)
House Passes Leach Bil (1 October 2002)
Tomorrow Could Be the Day (30 September 2002)
High Expectations for Orbis and WagerWorks (29 September 2002)
Leach Bill Gains Momentum (25 September 2002)
Judge Dismisses First Greek Electronic Gaming Case (12 September 2002)
Leach's Day Could Come Soon (9 September 2002)
I-Lottery Update - September 2002 (7 September 2002)
Nevada Receives Guidance from Justice Department (30 August 2002)
Station's Out ... For Now (28 August 2002)
Alderney Adopts Changes, Sportingbet Leaves (27 August 2002)
Putting Advertisers in the Driver's Seat (26 August 2002)
Q & A: Lewis Rose, CryptoLogic (22 August 2002)
PayPal, Spitzer Come to Terms (21 August 2002)
EFTA Asks Norway to Level the Playing Field (16 August 2002)
A Familiar Quandary Surfaces Down Under (16 August 2002)
CryptoLogic Seeks Profit via International Strategy (14 August 2002)
Curacao Seeks Decentralization of I-Gaming Regulations (10 August 2002)
Another Step Toward Reform in England (9 August 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - Aug. 9, 2001 (9 August 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - Aug. 6, 2001 (6 August 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - Aug. 5, 2002 (5 August 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - July 31, 2002 (31 July 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - July 30, 2002 (30 July 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - Monday, July 29, 2002 (29 July 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - July 26, 2002 (26 July 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - July 25, 2002 (25 July 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - July 24, 2002 (24 July 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - July 23, 2002 (23 July 2002)
Visa Turns Up the Heat (19 July 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - July 18, 2002 (18 July 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - July 17, 2001 (17 July 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - July 16, 2001 (16 July 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - July 15, 2002 (15 July 2002)
Weekly Nambling Notes - July 8-12, 2002 (12 July 2002)
Goodlatte Effort DeLayed (12 July 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - July 11, 2001 (11 July 2002)
Life After PayPa (10 July 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - July 10, 2002 (10 July 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - July 9, 2002 (9 July 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - July 8, 2002 (8 July 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - July 3, 2002 (3 July 2002)
Goodlatte? Leach? Both? Neither? (3 July 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - July 2, 2002 (2 July 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - July 1, 2002 (1 July 2002)
FTC Warns of Kids' Access to I-Gaming Sites (27 June 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - June 24, 2002 (24 June 2002)
A New Take on Goodlatte (20 June 2002)
Amended Goodlatte Bill Unlikely to Get House Vote (18 June 2002)
Supreme Court Says No to Jay Cohen (17 June 2002)
Weekly Nambling Notes - June 10-14, 2002 (15 June 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - June 14, 2001 (14 June 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - June 13, 2001 (13 June 2002)
Another Day, Another Stumbling Block (13 June 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - June 12, 2002 (12 June 2002)
Gaming Factory Under Fire (11 June 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes - June 11, 2002 (11 June 2002)
Daily Nambling Notes (10 June 2002)
Nambling Notes - June 7, 2002 (7 June 2002)
Q & A: Andre Wilsenach (6 June 2002)
Government Responds to Cohen's Petition (24 May 2002)
Goodlatte, AGA Find Common Ground (21 May 2002)
I-Gaming in the Cards For Canada? (20 May 2002)
Hong Kong Law 'Pretty Much a Done Deal' (10 May 2002)
Nambling Notes - May 10, 2002 (10 May 2002)
Gala Gives Internet a Go (9 May 2002)
Nambling Notes - May 3, 2002 (3 May 2002)
A Potpourri of Announcements from Crypto (1 May 2002)
Vanuatu May Comply with OECD Soon (26 April 2002)
Nambling Notes - April 26, 2002 (26 April 2002)
Blacklist Time Again for OECD (24 April 2002)
FTC Concerned about Underage Online Gambling (23 April 2002)
Nambling Notes - April 19, 2002 (19 April 2002)
Hong Kong to Crack Down on Offshore Betting (19 April 2002)
Internet Gambling Blamed for Suicide (12 April 2002)
Nambling Notes - April 12, 2002 (12 April 2002)
Nambling Notes - April 5, 2002 (5 April 2002)
Nambling Notes - March 29, 2001 (29 March 2002)
Is I-Gaming within Biting Distance of the PATRIOT Act? (28 March 2002)
The Feasibility of Serving Court Documents Electronically (26 March 2002)
Nambling Notes - March 22, 2002 (22 March 2002)
New Jersey Assembly Discusses Online Gambling (21 March 2002)
Q & A: Eric Semel, ukbetting plc (21 March 2002)
Antigua Comes to Bat for Cohen (20 March 2002)
Software Suppliers Feel the Impact of Transaction Processing Crisis (18 March 2002)
Nambling Notes - March 15, 2002 (15 March 2002)
Crime Subcommittee Approves Goodlatte Bil (12 March 2002)
Nambling Notes - March 8, 2002 (8 March 2002)
Q & A: Mike Aymong, World Gaming (7 March 2002)
The Next Stage of the Skills Game? (5 March 2002)
Nambling Notes - March 1, 2002 (1 March 2002)
A Supreme Case for Cohen? (27 February 2002)
Nambling Notes - Feb. 22, 2002 (22 February 2002)
Q & A: Mitchell Garber, SureFire Commerce (21 February 2002)
California Lottery Addresses Internet Resellers (21 February 2002)
Nambling Notes - Feb. 15, 2002 (15 February 2002)
More Transaction Woes for E-Gaming (14 February 2002)
Q & A: Andrew Macdonald, Woodbine Entertainment Group (14 February 2002)
Proposed Arizona Law Addresses Kiosk-Based Gaming (13 February 2002)
Nambling Notes - Feb. 8, 2002 (8 February 2002)
Editorial: Time for American Operators to Step Up (7 February 2002)
Nambling Notes - Feb. 1, 2002 (1 February 2002)
Nambling Notes - Jan. 25, 2001 (25 January 2002)
Q & A: Mark Bradley, Players Network (24 January 2002)
Five Down, Seven to Go (23 January 2002)
Nambling Notes - Jan. 18, 2001 (18 January 2002)
Wireless Gaming Presents New Security Challenges (17 January 2002)
Nambling Notes - Jan. 11, 2001 (11 January 2002)
MGM Mirage to Launch Sports Betting Site (11 January 2002)
Earth Fund to Have Its Day in Court (10 January 2002)
Bingo Group Gets Top Financial Ranking from USA Today (8 January 2002)
Nambling Notes - Jan. 4, 2002 (4 January 2002)
Third Atiyeh Brother Indicted (2 January 2002)
Nambling Notes - Dec. 21, 2001 (21 December 2001)
Q & A: Tobin Prior, SunOnline (20 December 2001)
Bid to Sell Las Vegas Reemerges (18 December 2001)
Nambling Notes - Dec. 14, 2001 (14 December 2001)
Russian Firm Steps up to the Plate (14 December 2001)
Appeals Court Declares Marker Debts Enforceable (11 December 2001)
Q & A: Derek Handley, Feverpitch (7 December 2001)
I-Gaming Clientele on the Rise for Quova (6 December 2001)
Playtech Vies to Capitalize on Changing Scenery (30 November 2001)
Another Round in the House (29 November 2001)
Q & A: David Cotter, Alatto - Part 2 (22 November 2001)
Q & A: David Cotter, Alatto - Part 1 (15 November 2001)
Netcetera - Nov. 13, 2001 (13 November 2001)
Nambling Notes - Nov. 9, 2001 (9 November 2001)
Global Cash Access Enters the Fray (8 November 2001)
FATF Takes on Terrorists' Finances (7 November 2001)
UK Betting Duty Causing Controversy in Ireland (6 November 2001)
Leach Bill Resurfaces as Expected (31 October 2001)
Netcetera - Oct. 30, 2001 (30 October 2001)
Visa Drops the Hammer (29 October 2001)
Creating a Bridge for Dual Platforms (25 October 2001)
England's Next Legal Challenge (24 October 2001)
Q & A: Povl Dalsgaard, Conax (11 October 2001)
House Committee Passes Money Laundering Measure (11 October 2001)
Skill-Based Bingo? (8 October 2001)
Nambling Notes - Oct 5, 2001 (5 October 2001)
Betting Doubles for Cantor Index Since Terrorist Attacks (4 October 2001)
FTC Suit Targets Pop-up Ads (2 October 2001)
Hague Treaty May Pose Problems for Net Betting (24 September 2001)
Progress in Isle of Man Raises Eyebrows in Nevada (21 September 2001)
Bet While You Pump (20 September 2001)
Banner Ads Donated to Relief Efforts (19 September 2001)
I-Gaming Stocks May Avoid Market Reaction (18 September 2001)
Q & A: Scott White, dot com Entertainment (13 September 2001)
Sports.com Trials Ads with Live Odds (5 September 2001)
Digital Envoy Introduces Geographic Locator for I-gaming Sector (28 August 2001)
Q & A: Kevin Wandryk, Quova (23 August 2001)
Fun-Play Site Shows Hollywood the Way to Success (21 August 2001)
Danish Government Cracks Down on Advertising for I-Gaming Services (16 August 2001)
I-Gaming at Internet Kiosks Raises Eyebrows in Arizona (15 August 2001)
'Umbrella' Payment System Ready to Roll in Belgium (13 August 2001)
Q & A: Jeffrey Gitchel, Part 2 (1 August 2001)
Q & A: Jeffrey Gitche (26 July 2001)
UK Gambling Review Body Releases Report (17 July 2001)
Washington Focuses on Internet Gambling (12 July 2001)
Online Bookmakers Find Value in Trivial Bets (10 July 2001)
Decisions Awaited in Hong Kong (4 July 2001)
EGET, Access Target Norwegian Market (28 June 2001)