South Africa’s National Assembly has begun to table a series of legislative changes that could see its Internet gambling industry being subject to regulatory measures such as monitoring the fair treatment of players.
A candidate for the Republican nomination in the 2008 Presidential election has stated that the Internet should not be regulated and voiced his support for Barney Frank’s Internet Gambling Regulation and Enforcement Act (IGREA).
High profile Isle-of-Man based e-wallet NETeller, has continued its PR offensive by reassuring customers that that its compensation program, which has already begun, is in full swing via a YouTube message from the company’s CEO.
The British independent player protection and standards body e-Commerce and Online Gaming Regulation and Assurance (eCOGRA) has announced that it has undergone a surge of interest in its growing range of professional services.
The regulatory body for casinos, bingo, gaming machines and lotteries in Great Britain, the Gambling Commission, has announced that the numbers of people going online to place a bet in the UK is on the rise.
An American attorney who is taking legal action against the state of Washington claiming that its online betting ban infringes the US Constitution’s protections of interstate trade has had his court date set.
After returning to the London Stock Exchange late last week, embattled online payment processor NETeller has taken another step forward by announcing that it will begin returning some $94 million in frozen funds back to the rightful owners.
A leading trade policy expert has called on the US to quickly resolve its trade agreement violation case with the World Trade Organisation (WTO) as any delay could damage the WTO's credibility and force the US to pay billions in compensation.
International economics law expert John Jackson has announced that Antigua and Barbuda will most likely have to settle for a much smaller amount than the $3.4 billion in compensation it has asked for from the US after winning a World Trade Organisati
In the US, support for House of Representatives (HR) Bill 2046, also known as the Internet Gambling Regulation and Enforcement Act (IGREA) 2007, has grown again this week with three influential Congressman agreeing to support the legislation.
Embattled online payment processor NETeller re-emerged onto the London Stock Exchange yesterday after six months of uncertainty and announced that its shares rose ten pence following early morning deals.
The American founders of the popular Second Life virtual community, Linden Lab, has announced that it is to immediately stop allowing online gambling and will not accept responsibility for any monetary losses incurred as a result.