Sue E. Schneider Article Archive

Sue E. Schneider has contributed 14 articles published on the iGaming News site.
Perspectives on DOJ Settlements | Why Bother? (17 February 2009)
Christopher A. Krafcik and Sue E. Schneider, editor and founder of IGamingNews, respectively, critically engage with the settlement negotiations ongoing between the United States Justice Department and a handful of publicly traded operators in Europe. In part two, presented here, Schneider asks: Why bother?
Editorial | A New Star Rising? (19 November 2008)
Significant attention at this year's Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas has been devoted to Internet gambling in the United States. Perhaps that’s because the stars have finally begun to align for sensible discussion of regulation.
'Round the North American Issues (16 May 2008)
The recent Canadian Gaming Summit provided fresh insight into issues of concern to the North American land-based and Internet gambling industries, with highlights including a scathing critique of the U.S. Justice Department by one of I-gaming's most well-known legal experts, as well as a call to terrestrial operators to buck the bricks and delve into the digital.
Editorial: A View from the Epicenter (10 January 2008)
With the recent settlements of the U.S. Attorney's Office in St. Louis with Microsoft, Google and Yahoo, it's clear that Internet gambling remains a high priority for the Department of Justice.
Poker Will Be First to Break US Regulatory Barrier, G2E Panel Predicts (15 November 2007)
A high-powered keynote panel at the 2007 Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas agreed that Internet gambling should be regulated in the United States, and that poker would very likely be the first to break the regulatory barrier.
Editorial: From the Belly of the Beast (26 October 2007)
As a U.S. citizen and policy junkie, I love to lobby Congress and have done so on a variety of issues for over 30 years. In a past life as a social service administrator, it was about children's' issues, and as a "river rat" on the Mississippi, I’ve lobbied on issues related to that. But since 1997, I've often trekked to Washington, D.C., on the issue of Internet gambling regulation.
US Poker Players Descend on DC (24 October 2007)
More than 100 poker players and advocates attended the first Poker Players Alliance (PPA) "Fly-In" in Washington, D.C., this week, including professionals Chris Moneymaker, Vanessa Rousso, Victor Ramdin and Howard Lederer.
Editorial: Another One Bites the Dust (23 October 2007)
IGN has been watching the lurching movement toward a regulatory scheme for online gaming in South Africa since the summer of 1999. Rosy reports early on alleged that the country could be a regulatory hub for what, at that time, could “capture a $1 billion dollar export market.” We watched its progress over the years, eagerly awaiting the time when a rational plan would emerge.
From the Publisher: Join the PPA in Washington (25 September 2007)
We'll soon reach the one-year anniversary of the enactment of the Unlawful Internet Gaming Enforcement Act in the U.S. Congress. Clearly, the legislation has dealt a serious blow to the industry. However, there are signs of some shifting in the landscape, with no less than four bills introduced in Congress earlier this year that are of a regulatory nature rather than prohibitory.
Editorial: A Collective Deep Breath is in Order (19 September 2006)
If you're involved with the Internet gambling industry, please sit down, close your eyes and take a deep breath. The industry has been in for a wild ride since mid July when a series of actions on both the policy and law enforcement fronts in the United States rocked our world. With the recent actions in France, the chaos seems to be spreading.
Poker Night (30 March 2005)
PartyGaming - Where West Meets East (10 March 2005)
Post-Election Thoughts (3 November 2004)
Internet Gaming: The Full Story (30 November 1996)