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S 692 -The Internet Gambling Prohibition Act (3/23/99, Sec. 3-6)
30 March 1999
Sections 3-6 of Arizon Senator Jon Kyl's Internet Gambling Prohibition Act (as documented on March 23, 1999).»
Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions (Senate - March 23,1999)
30 March 1999
Mr. KYL. Mr. President, I rise to introduce the Internet Gambling Prohibition Act.»
Bill Summary & Status for the 106th Congress
30 March 1999
S.692 - A bill to prohibit Internet gambling, and for other purposes. »
Prohibition '99
30 March 1999
The latest version of the Internet Gambling Prohibition Act, S.692 (the "Kyl" bill), is officially in the record books. It's been groomed a bit since we last saw it, but the framework generally remains the same. The text of the bill, a report on the bill's status and a statement can all be viewed here.»
Starnet Signs 26th and 27th Licensees
30 March 1999
Starnet subsidiary Softec Systems Caribbean Inc. has licensed its turn-key Internet gaming technology to two more online gaming operators: Star Ventures Inc. and Interactive Technologies Inc.»
Technology And the Future Of Gambling
30 March 1999
Changes in technology are playing havoc with the law of gambling. Different forms of gambling have traditionally been viewed as creating different problems.»
Cosmoz.com Launches First of Five Online Casinos
30 March 1999
Cosmoz.com, Inc. has launched the first of five Internet Casinos to be operated by Cosmoz Gaming Ltd. The new site, Realbet.com, will feature 22 classic casino games developed by Global Interactive Ltd.»
The Gap Continues to Shrink
29 March 1999
The big boys are slowly but surely finding their way into the lucrative online gaming industry. Hilton sneaked in last year with its partial ownership of the company that purchased CentreBet. American Wagering, Inc., a Nevada bookmaker, recently launched its online sportsbook, MegaSports Australia. And the latest company to flirt with involvement is Playboy Enterprises.»
MGAM Launches Internet Bingo Game
29 March 1999
Multimedia Games, Inc. (MGAM) has gone live with its first interactive Internet bingo game, a free, two-minute game called "FlashCash," in which players compete against each other for points that earn cash prizes.»
New York Senate Bill No. S844
29 March 1999
A bill that prohibits wagering over the internet or through an interactive computer service with any racing association or corporation or regional off-track betting corporation; defines relevant terms.»
New York Senate Bill No. S917
29 March 1999
A bill that prohibits the use of computer systems or storage media, including the internet, in furtherance of illegal gambling or possession of gambling records.»
New York Senate Bill No. S2044
29 March 1999
A bill that requires foreign corporations providing gambling or wagering over the internet to file for authorization to do business in this state with the secretary of state.»
New York Senate Bill No. A5646
29 March 1999
A bill that requires foreign corporations providing gambling or wagering over the internet to file for authorization to do business in this state with the secretary of state.»
A Glance at New York Legislation
29 March 1999
We already know about federal Internet gambling legislation that's currently under consideration, but what's out there on the state level? We did some digging and found a few computer-related gambling bills proposed in the New York State Senate in recent months.»
New York Senate Bill No. S918
29 March 1999
A bill that prohibits the use of a computer to disseminate gambling access to minors, addresses jurisdiction of conduct without the state and provides certain limitations on liability of employers for actions of employees and agents.»
Inland Renews Deal with Kenny Rogers
27 March 1999
Inland Entertainment Corporation, which broke through last April as the first Internet gaming company to market its product using a celebrity when it launched "Kenny Rogers Casino," last week renewed its contract with the legendary country music star.»
An Overview of Y2K Concerns
27 March 1999
It's official: Y2K isn't a hoax designed to sell computers. There's no conspiracy, and it's not the end of civilization.»
Another Assessment on Gambling Addiction
27 March 1999
The National Opinion Research Center recently reported that more than 5 million Americans suffer from pathological gambling addiction and more than 15 million more are at the risk of developing problems associated with the gaming industry.»
Youbet Rebuts Forbes
27 March 1999
Youbet.com lashed out angrily these week at Forbes magazine, charging that the magazine's article on Youbet in the current April 5 issue mailed to subscribers this week contained numerous factual errors. »
Atlantic to License ICE to CTW
26 March 1999
Atlantic International Entertainment, Ltd. (AIEE) announced this week that it will be licensing its Interactive Casino ExtensionTM (ICETM) software system to Caribbean Trade Winds, Ltd. (CTW), a Commonwealth of Dominica corporation.»
A New Operator in Vancouver
26 March 1999
Winchester Mining Corp., a publicly held Vancouver-based company, has signed a deal with Global Interactive to develop a theme based Internet Casino website using software created and developed by Starnet.»
AWI Wins Proposal for Exclusive Australian Stadium Wagering
26 March 1999
Shortly after going live with its online betting site in Australia, American Wagering, Inc. announced that its Mega$ports Australian subsidiary will have exclusive rights to provide sports betting services at Bruce Stadium in Canberra, Australia.»
Testimony of Bill Saum (3/23/99)
26 March 1999
The testimony of Bill Saum before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee onTechnology, Terrorism and Government Information.»
Testimony of Jeffrey Pash (3/23/99)
26 March 1999
The testimony of Jeffrey Pash before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee onTechnology, Terrorism and Government Information.»
Testimony of Betty Montgomery (3/23/99)
26 March 1999
The testimony of Betty Montgomery before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee onTechnology, Terrorism and Government Information.»