Tuesday, December 10, 2013 9:14 AM (PST)
Is online gambling a loss for America? Opinionline
George Pataki, Blanche Lincoln, and Wellington Webb, The Hill: "New Jersey (has) joined Delaware and Nevada in offering legalized Internet gambling. ... While it's dressed up as fun and easy ... Internet gambling ends up destroying lives, and our most ...
New Jersey Wants to Lure Offshore Online Gambling Operators
Delaware Online Gambling Has Success, Growing Pains in First Month
NJ Online Gambling, Stability and Security of a Regulated Market
Sheldon Adelson's futile war on online gambling
The Hill (blog)
Billionaire casino magnate Sheldon Adelson is not known for modesty. So it was fitting the recent announcement of his plans to push for a federal online gambling ban is making headlines. Adelson, who said his “moral standards” compelled him to act, ...
U.S. Online Gambling Hearing Names Witnesses
Problem Gambling Expert Testifies on Impacts of Federal Bill to Legalize ...
PPA, AGA Heads to Speak at Federal Online Poker Hearing
Playtech Selected by Holland Casino as Internet Gambling Service Provider
With legalized online gambling in the Netherlands expected to become a reality in 2014, Dutch gambling monopoly Holland Casino announced that it has selected online gaming giant Playtech as its service provider. The agreement will see Playtech develop ...
Washington Post (blog)
Caesars: Online gambling might hurt casinos in Nevada, NJ
Las Vegas Sun
In a report to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Caesars wrote that Internet gambling will compete with the company's business in Nevada, where online poker is offered, and New Jersey, where all casino games are now available online.
Online gambling issues persist into second week of web betting in NJ
Online gambling is good for New Jersey's credit rating
Lawmakers: Online gambling won't make expected revenue
37K accounts set up for NJ internet gambling
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
ATLANTIC CITY — In addition to the usual holiday traditions, gamblers found time to create 5,000 new Internet betting accounts on Thanksgiving. Since a test of online betting began in New Jersey on Nov. 21, the state Division of Gaming Enforcement ...
NJ Internet gambling off to solid start
Internet gambling slowed by credit card, online locator issues
The Case for Legalizing Online Gambling
Online Gambling Just Went Live in New Jersey: Three Mega-Casino CEOs React
New Jersey's first virtual casinos go live today, a highly anticipated moment for the industry since it's the third, and by far the most populous, state to legalize online gambling after Delaware and Nevada. It's also a time of reckoning, because brick ...
Is Internet gambling a threat? #tellusatoday
Online Gambling Rolls the Dice in New Jersey Today
Online gambling begins in N.J.
Sheldon Adelson, top 2012 donor and casino magnate, readies to fight Internet ...
To make his point, Adelson is preparing a public campaign to portray online gambling as a danger to children, the poor and others who could be exploited by easy access to Internet betting. Three states have moved to legalize online gambling, with New ...
Sheldon Adelson Starts A Billionaire Brawl Over Online Gambling
Internet gambling in N.J. gets online test
Sheldon Adelson's Republican Roulette: Can Online Gambling Be Banned?
Internet gambling is a bad bet: Our view
In 2006 Congress passed, and President George W. Bush signed, legislation to stop the spread of Internet gambling. At the time, no one was sure whether a law could deter shady offshore operators. But by targeting the money flows and banks that ...
As New Jersey Prepares To Launch Internet Gambling, Congress Has Plan To ...
New Jersey Becoming 3rd State To Offer Internet Gambling
Online gambling starts in NJ as lawmaker calls for licensing international ...
Christie still thinks online gambling will produce $1 billion by July
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
There's no clear indications of how well the first week of internet gambling went. The state Division of Gaming Enforcement said 37,277 accounts had been created by last Thursday, but regulators there had not audited those numbers. And with more than a ...
Congress must act to stop Internet gambling
Despite fervent warnings from law enforcement, Internet gambling — accessible anywhere and by anyone — appears to be moving forward full tilt. On Nov. 26, New Jersey joined Delaware and Nevada in offering legalized Internet gambling. Cash-starved ...
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