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The Next Load of Complaints - Grand Holiday Casino
1 April 1998
March 26 was D-Day for the next rash of criminal complaints against online gaming operators. Another 7 individuals were targeted and IGN is offering you the complaints against those folks as well as the full text of the US Attorney's news release on the matter. »
The Next Load of Complaints - Global Sports Network
1 April 1998
March 26 was D-Day for the next rash of criminal complaints against online gaming operators. Another 7 individuals were targeted and IGN is offering you the complaints against those folks as well as the full text of the US Attorney's news release on the matter. »
The Next Load of Complaints - Galaxy Sports
1 April 1998
March 26 was D-Day for the next rash of criminal complaints against online gaming operators. Another 7 individuals were targeted and IGN is offering you the complaints against those folks as well as the full text of the US Attorney's news release on the matter. »
The Next Load of Complaints - World Wide Tele-Sports
1 April 1998
March 26 was D-Day for the next rash of criminal complaints against online gaming operators. Another 7 individuals were targeted and IGN is offering you the complaints against those folks as well as the full text of the US Attorney's news release on the matter. »
The Next Load of Complaints - World Sports Exchange
1 April 1998
March 26 was D-Day for the next rash of criminal complaints against online gaming operators. Another 7 individuals were targeted and IGN is offering you the complaints against those folks as well as the full text of the US Attorney's news release on the matter. »
The Next Load of Complaints - FBI Press Release
1 April 1998
March 26 was D-Day for the next rash of criminal complaints against online gaming operators. Another 7 individuals were targeted and IGN is offering you the complaints against those folks as well as the full text of the US Attorney's news release on the matter.»
Living in the USA
31 March 1998
The one common thread among the recent criminal complaints against online gambling operators was clear....they were all US citizens. Thanks to Kevin Doty of Lionel Sawyer and Collins, IGN explores the legal basis for the feds going after their own who are operating offshore. Check out this jewel from the recent Internet Gambling Report II. »
'Kyl Bill May Fail' Says Aussie Minister
30 March 1998
The AIC’s 6th Casinos and Gaming Conference held in Sydney Australia from March 30 to April 6 is proving to be of interest. On day one, the Minister of Racing and Gaming of the State of New South Wales, Richard Face, gave a lengthy presentation and the following should be of interest to the namblers of the world.»
Handheld ATMs May Boost Interactive Wagering
28 March 1998
One of the biggest challenges facing proponents of interactive gaming and wagering is the financial transaction processing system. We’re beginning to see a proliferation of products that address this concern.»
Infringement by Internet?
28 March 1998
Now we have a new cybercrime. Circus Circus Enterprises has filed suit in U.S. District Court against a German Internet gambling outfit that Circus feels has infringed on its company trademark.»
Internet Gaming Summit
25 March 1998
A summit on Internet Nambling will be held on May 7 and 8 1998 in Sydney Australia. Organised by AIC (Australian Institute for Criminology) the conference is titled, Gambling Technology and Society, Regulatory Issues for the 21st Century, the conference will be Co-hosted by the AIGR (Australian Institute for Gambling Research). »
Telecommunications Expert Discusses Legality of Internet Betting
24 March 1998
Tom W. Bell, the director of telecommunications and technologies at the Cato Institute in Washington, did a one-on-one with CNNfn's Steve Young on March 5 in which he offered his expertise on issues concerning the legality of Internet gambling. Following are a few excerpts from that conversation.»
A Closer Look at the Pennsylvania Prohibition Bills
24 March 1998
Take a peek at the language offered in the two internet gambling prohibition bills offered in Pennsylvania this week. The first (HB 2271) was introduced by Rep. Tom Gannon, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee which will hear the bills. There are 27 other cosponsors listed on the bill. The other is HB 2438, drafted by the well-known gambling critic, Rep. Paul Clymer.»
US Statehouses Awaken to Internet Gambling Issue
20 March 1998
Yet another state, Pennsylvania, is now seeing some activity related to internet gambling legislation and the operative word again is.....prohibition. »
Bill to Prohibit Dissemination of Access to Gambling to Minors
19 March 1998
PURPOSE OF BILL - Prohibits the use of a computer to disseminate gambling access to minors. »
Bill to Require Parimutuel Internet Wagering Companies to Post Bond with the State Racing and Wagering Board
19 March 1998
PURPOSE OF BILL - Requires persons, firms, corporations or other legal entities providing gambling over the Internet to post a bond with the racing and wagering board. »
Bill to Require Registration
19 March 1998
PURPOSE OF BILL - 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 Passes Bill Requiring Registration
19 March 1998
New York Legislature is moving forward with bills addressing internet gambling.»
Starnet & Hialeah Enter Into Internet Agreement
18 March 1998
Starnet Communications International Inc. (NASD OTC-BB: SNMM) is teaming up with Hialeah Park Race Course to provide simulcast coverage and pari-mutuel wagering on horseracing events via the Internet.»
Interactive Gambling (Player Protection) Bill 1998
17 March 1998
Things are moving forward at a rapid pace in Australia. IGN has secured the text of the law being proposed in Queensland, the first state to propose a full licensing and regulatory model for interactive gaming. Called the Interactive Home Gambling Player Protection Act, it is the wave of the future.»
To Browser or not to Browser
15 March 1998
Browser, Client/Server, Java....knowing which way to go when developing an online gaming site can be confusing at best. Internet veteran, David Herschman, of Virtual Vegas, offers a technology primer to help sort out the best options.»
FBI Complaints - Real Casino and Sportsbook
11 March 1998
Isn't chaos fun? While everyone and their brothers try to sort out this Caribbean sportsbook fiasco, IGN has a few nuts and bolts for you to chew on. Following is a copy of all the complaints filed by the US Government. So, without further ado, lets have a look at these buggers as well as the full release from the Dept. of Justice. »
FBI Complaints - SDB Globa
11 March 1998
Isn't chaos fun? While everyone and their brothers try to sort out this Caribbean sportsbook fiasco, IGN has a few nuts and bolts for you to chew on. Following is a copy of all the complaints filed by the US Government. So, without further ado, lets have a look at these buggers as well as the full release from the Dept. of Justice. »
FBI Complaints - World Sports Exchange
11 March 1998
Isn't chaos fun? While everyone and their brothers try to sort out this Caribbean sportsbook fiasco, IGN has a few nuts and bolts for you to chew on. Following is a copy of all the complaints filed by the US Government. So, without further ado, lets have a look at these buggers as well as the full release from the Dept. of Justice. »
FBI Complaints - Galaxy Sports
11 March 1998
Isn't chaos fun? While everyone and their brothers try to sort out this Caribbean sportsbook fiasco, IGN has a few nuts and bolts for you to chew on. Following is a copy of all the complaints filed by the US Government. So, without further ado, lets have a look at these buggers as well as the full release from the Dept. of Justice. »