2 edition of Regulating Internet gambling found in the catalog.
Regulating Internet gambling
|Statement||editor, Todd E. Simmons.|
|Contributions||Simmons, Todd E.|
|LC Classifications||KF3992 .R44 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009027080|
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This book is a timely collection of eleven chapters discussing key considerations and model approaches to internet gaming regulation and outlining the important questions and emerging answers to regulating gaming activity outside of land-based casinos.
Internet gaming is an emerging field, especially in the U.S., and the contributors to this book provide regulatory examples and lessons that will be helpful to lawyers, policy makers, gaming operators and others interested in this burgeoning rs include:1 Licensing by Anthony Cabot2 Accounting, Audits, and Recordkeeping by Peter J 4/5(1).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm: Contents: Internet gambling: an abridged overview of federal criminal law / Charles Doyle --Can Internet gambling be effectively regulated to protect consumers and the payments system?/ U.S.
Government Printing Office --Testimony of Wayne Abernathy on. This book is a timely collection of eleven chapters discussing key considerations and model approaches to internet gaming regulation and outlining the important questions and emerging answers to regulating gaming activity outside of land-based casinos.4/5(1).
This book is a timely collection of eleven chapters discussing key considerations and model approaches to internet gaming regulation and outlining the important questions and emerging answers to regulating gaming activity Regulating Internet gambling book of land-based : UNLV Gaming Press.
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Gambling on the internet has no rules or laws which mean people may be cheated out of their money and they have no way of getting their money back back. Also internet gambling brings gambling into the home and workplace, allowing the gambling addicts easier access.
Most importantly I discovered that regulating the internet is a way of control. REGULATING INTERNET GAMBLING: Testimony of Eric Goldman Before the National Gambling Impact Study Commission’s Regulatory, Enforcement and Internet Subcommittee, December 1, [Introduction: Below are excerpted remarks presented by Eric Goldman to the National Gambling Impact Study Commission’s Regulatory, Enforcement and.
“Regulating Internet Gaming: Challenges and Opportunities” is a comprehensive page book addressing the various regulatory considerations necessary for proper regulation of internet gambling from licensing to technical standards.
Regulating Internet Gambling. Find out more about this topic, read articles and blogs or research legal issues, cases, and codes on software source code can be distributed in a book, but posting the same code compiled into executable code on a Web site would break the law (as was held in the Karn case).
The book will be available to order July ?“Internet gaming is an emerging field, especially in the U.S., and government officials accustomed to regulating land-based casinos will find regulating the Internet to be far different and more challenging,” said.
Law Regulating Internet Gambling in the United States of America Essay Words 7 Pages Tavishi Kanoria Professor Ehlrich Business Law Ma Law regulating Internet Gambling in the United States of America Technology in the electronic era is evolving at a rapid rate, and its potential is only beginning to be glimpsed.
The bill if passed would legalize Internet gambling and set up a framework for licensing and regulating the activity. Waxman also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Witnesses testified about ways to regulate Internet gambling.
Among the topics they addressed were restricting the flow of funds to gaming sites by regulating credit card companies or Internet. Internet Gambling & The Law - Prohibition vs. Regulation The Internet gambling industry was thrown into a state of turmoil in July when the U.S.
Department of Justice arrested the CEO of a leading off-shore Internet gambling company, BetOnSports, after his plane touched down on U.S.
soil during a trip from Britain en route to his company's Author: Jason K. Gross. Permit But Discourage: Regulating Excessive Consumption, by W.A. Bogart is the first book to focus on problem gambling and its regulation and to situate this analysis in the larger context of regulating excessive work analyzes the effectiveness of law in controlling excessive consumption.
It engages theoretical discussions concerning the Pages: tion. Therefore, the book’s prescriptions of the features for an appropriate Internet gambling regulatory template will be useful as the debate about Internet gambling in the US continues. Likewise, any jurisdiction considering development and regulation of an Internet gaming industry will benefit from the lessons of this book.
The globe is a patchwork of laws on various “sin” activities: alcohol, drugs, prostitution, pornography and gambling. Prior to the internet, however, citizens of the world could only avail themselves of other jurisdictions’ looser laws by being physical travelers between these : Christine Hurt.
The Internet Gambling Regulation, Consumer Protection, and Enforcement Act was a proposed bill in the United States House of Representatives that is intended "to provide for the licensing of Internet gambling activities by the Secretary of the Treasury, to provide for consumer protections on the Internet, to enforce the tax code, and for other purposes."Enacted by: the th United States Congress.
Three-quarters of the British population gamble (mainly on the National Lottery), and they generate about 46 billion pounds a year. This book examines recent developments in the regulation and deregulation of the three primary forms of gambling — betting, gaming, and lotteries — against an account of its social and legal history.
Based upon Home Office files Author: David Miers. Sec. - Authority, purpose, and incorporation by reference. (a) Authority. This part is issued jointly by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Board) and the Secretary of the Department of the Treasury (Treasury) under section of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of (Act) (enacted as Title VIII of the Security and Accountability For .There exist technical difficulties in regulating internet gambling.
As some countries permit the activity (e.g., the United Kingdom) and others restrict it (e.g., the United States) and people can access sites internationally given the world-wide nature of the internet, countries have found it difficult to regulate internet gambling in general.
A Senate hearing focused on regulating Internet gambling – even though it remains banned interstate by Congress. Such backdoor maneuvers toward legalization only reveal the commercial interests.