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    Online sportsbook Bodog has ceased taking bets on Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen 3 television programme after the website’s security department flagged abnormal betting patterns. 

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    A US House of Representatives panel announced on Monday it will hold an inquiry on Friday to re-examine online gambling. 

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    Online casino and poker giant 888 has followed the lead of rival PartyGaming by instigating talks with the United States Department of Justice. 

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    BingoScotland.com, Scotland's largest bingo site, has laughed off claims that the imminent smoking ban in England will see a surge of bingo players taking their business online. 

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    Online payment specialist NETeller has announced that it has agreed a plan with the US Government to distribute millions of dollars belonging to American customers. 

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    Lawyers for the founder of BetOnSports, Gary Kaplan, may be counting on testimony from the company and its Board of Directors to help their client's case. 

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    After announcing yesterday that it was in consultation with the state of New York’s Department of Justice, Internet gambling company PartyGaming, owner of Party Poker and Party Casino, has further announced that there could be some light at the end o

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    Online gambling giant PartyGaming is in consultation with the US Attorney's Office to try to establish its position on Internet gambling after the country effectively disabled the industry’s biggest market with the introduction of the Unlawful Intern

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    Members of the US National Council of Legislators from Gaming States (NCLGS) will be meeting for their annual debate in Las Vegas this month, and among the host of controversial topics up for discussion is an analysis of the effects of the Unlawful I

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    PacificNet, a Chinese mobile game developer and service provider, has announced that its revenues for the first quarter (Q1) of fiscal year 2007 have plummeted 57 percent due to reduced income from its discontinued operations. 

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    The European Free Trade Association court has decreed that Norway may be in infringement of European internal-market rules by blocking UK bookmaker and online casino operator Ladbrokes from establishing gambling services in the country. 

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    The European Commission has issued a second statement berating most elements of the draft State Treaty on gambling set forward by the Federal German states. 

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    In Great Britain, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) watchdog has ordered the firm behind VCPoker.com to stop linking gambling with financial and sexual success. 

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    A new law proposed by conservative Israeli politician Amnon Cohen could see Internet Service Providers (ISPs) solely responsible for blocking children from accessing adult content websites, including online gambling sites. 

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    At its annual shareholder meeting, 888 Holdings plc announced an ‘encouraging’ start to 2007 after releasing new games and recruiting more customers. 

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    Sportech, the owner and operator of betting brand Littlewoods Gaming, is set to continue with it plans to purchase the Vernons football pools business, one of its key competitors. 

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    Offbeat bets such as which footballer will receive the first yellow card in a match could be banned if a campaign by the Gambling Commission is successful. 

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    According to reports in the Irish Times shareholders in gambling software provider CryptoLogic has cleared the path for the company’s relocation to the Republic of Ireland. 

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    Former CryptoLogic general counsel John Fitzgerald has been unveiled as the new chief executive of the Interactive Gaming Council (IGC). The IGC works to promote high standards of professional regulation in the online gaming industry. 

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    eCOGRA’s Fair Gaming Advocate (FGA) has published its latest dispute statistics showing that 54 percent of disputes over the period between January and April this year, were settled in favour of the player. 

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