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The Commission is consulting on proposals to introduce new templates for regulatory returns, to help some sectors of the industry provide the necessary information. The consultation focuses on the types of data the Commission is proposing to collect through the new templates, and whether the questions asked represent a proportionate and appropriate information request.   Occasional Use Notices (OUNs) consultation The Commission is running a four-week consultation on proposals to introduce an additional operating licence condition, for non-remote betting operators, under Occasional Use Notices (OUNs). The Commission ...
is the concept of either giving away a salable item for nothing or charging an extremely low price to generate a continual market for another, generally disposable, item. 1 The concept was pioneered by King C. Gillette , 1 inventor of the disposable safety razor and founder of Gillette Safety Razor Company (today known as Global Gillette , a division of Procter and Gamble ). It is a similar concept to loss leader marketing. Cite error: There are tags on this page, but the references will not show without a {{Reflist}} template or a tag; see the .
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Judge Harvey on online gambling advertising | Kiwiblog
The poker news websites went wild. “New Zealand Court Backs Poker” proclaimed gamblingonlinemagazine.com. “In a groundbreaking ruling a New Zealand court has delivered a huge blow to opponents of online poker, and poker in general,” said pokernewsboy.com. “Though they may be an ocean away, the nation of New Zealand has fired a shot which could reverberate through the poker landscape,” said flopturnriver.com. What they were all raving about was a ruling District Court Judge David Harvey delivered on June 23 which found that advertisements for Pokerstars.net and the Asia Pacific Poker ... market research, surveys and trends
Online Sports Gambling Laws » United, Sports, States, Costigan ...
Baton Rouge was initially a European settlement discovered by the French explorer Sieur d'lberville. He led a party of explorers up the Mississippi and chanced upon this area which they called the 'le baton rouge' or a 'red stick after a tree that they recognized in this area in the year 1699. Baton Rouge was governed by England, Spain, France, The Florida Republic, Spain, the Confederate States and finally the United States. Today Baton Rouge has emerged as major as a major petrochemical industrial area. This boom has ensured a considerable and consistent inflow of multi-million dollar projects into this ... market research, surveys and trends

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Gambling Online: Is it Legal?
The issues involved in legislating online gambling are a lot more complicated today than they were six years ago when Sen. Jon Kyl (R-Ariz) first introduced the bill known as the Internet Gambling Prohibition Act of 1997. At that time National News reporter David Isaacson had written that online gambling had grown into a 300 million dollar industry and there were about 32 online casino sites. In March 2002, Andy Sullivan of Reuters reported that Christiansen Capitol Advisors estimated gambling sites took in about $2.2 billion in revenues in 2000, and would collect $6.4 billion by 2003. At the time Sullivan wrote his article, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Gambling
Gambling used to be what a few unscrupulous people did with the aid of organized crime. But gambling fever now seems to affect nearly everyone as more and more states try to legalize various forms of gambling. Legalized gambling exists in forty-seven states and the District of Columbia. The momentum seems to be on the side of those who want legalized gambling as a way to supplement state revenues. But these states and their citizens often ignore the costs that are associated with legalized gambling. The social and economic costs are enormous. Legalized gambling is bad social policy. At a time when Gamblers Anonymous ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Gov. Chris Christie declines to join legal battle to bring sports betting to NJ
Lt. Gov.Kim Guadagno and Gov. Chris Christie walk towards the Assembly Chamber in this March 16 file photo at the Statehouse. TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie today said he will not sign on to a legal battle to bring sports betting to New Jersey, damaging efforts to reverse an 18-year ban on wagering in the state. In a letter to the judge handling the case, Christie chief counsel Jeff Chiesa wrote that the governor would not join the lawsuit Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) filed against the federal government last year. "At this time, given the unprecedented economic crisis and other challenges facing the state, the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Judge calls bluff on online gambling site
The poker news websites went wild. "New Zealand Court Backs Poker" proclaimed gamblingonlinemagazine.com. "In a groundbreaking ruling a New Zealand court has delivered a huge blow to opponents of online poker, and poker in general," said pokernewsboy.com. "Though they may be an ocean away, the nation of New Zealand has fired a shot which could reverberate through the poker landscape," said flopturnriver.com. What they were all raving about was a ruling District Court Judge David Harvey delivered on June 23 which found that advertisements for Pokerstars.net and the Asia Pacific Poker Tour run on TV3 ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Important Legal Issues. Gambelli and Gambling. Recent Developments .... offering and advertising for gambling is still being pursued; a risk of civil and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Electronic Commerce: Legal Issues
The Electronic Commerce Working Group (ECWG) of the Department of Justice consists of lawyers from throughout the Department who are in regular contact to discuss legal issues related to electronic commerce.  The ECWG provides a convenient vehicle for Justice Department attorneys to disseminate information quickly regarding electronic commerce developments. The ECWG has studied complex and novel legal issues, and helps to coordinate Justice Department positions on emerging legal issues.  For example, the ECWG has a sub-group that meets regularly to study legal issues related ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
GOVERNMENT PROMOTION OF MORAL ISSUES: GAMBLING, SMOKING, AND ...
What makes gambling, smoking, and advertising and the en- couragement of those activities “moral” issues? The use of the word “moral” should prompt the ...
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Googles Anti-gambling Policies - AdSense Help
I find the policies Google Adsense has on gambling and any sites that contain it to be at best insulting and at worst totally hypocritical. I was recently declined for an account because: Issues:- Gambling-related content It goes on to further clarify: Gambling-related content: Google believes strongly in the freedom of expression and offers broad access to content across the web. However, Google policy does not permit the placement of Google ads on sites with gambling-, casino-, or lottery-related content, or on sites that drive traffic to these types of sites through links or banner ads. We have found your site to contain ...
Is having a contest considered gambling in canada? | LinkedIn ...
The payment may require a license (ie: gambling) whereas a non-paid contest would be OK. I'm not a lawyer and this is not legal advice. posted 2 months ago Community leader see all my answers You'd be best to ask the BC Lottery folks if you need a license. posted 2 months ago Business consultant dmar9147@yahoo.com see all my answers You need to move with great care. The criminal law provides the opportunity for quality jail times if you fall foul of The Criminal Code of Canada, s.206 and s.207. Then you have to go state by state to look at the local laws for licensing gaming and lotteries. There are major public ...