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25 April 2008 Calvin Ayre retires!
Bodog's founder rides off into the sunset while France and Poland consider regulating online gambling.
4 April 2008 The Amsterdam report
J. Todd checks in from Amsterdam with some Dutch online gambling news a look at Rep. Barney Frank's hearing on the UIGEA. follow the discussion
28 March 2008 The online gambling trade battles continue
This week, Costa Rica and the U.S. reached a trade settlement over online gambling while Antigua threatened to start pirating movies and songs if it was unable to resolve its WTO dispute with the U.S.
14 March 2008 Getting jiggy with WTO issues
The European Union is launching a new probe into whether the UIGEA violates trade law while officials in the U.S. are open questioning an earlier online gambling reached by the U.S. and the EU. follow the discussion
7 March 2008 The iMEGA ruling is in
We take a look at the latest ruling in the court battle to overturn the UIGEA and span the globe with industry news from the U.K., U.S. and Canada. follow the discussion
22 February 2008 Underage gambling isn't just a problem online
J. Todd talks audits and looks at some Atlantic City casinos that were recently fined for letting in underage gamblers. follow the discussion
15 February 2008 Busts, subpoenas and licenses
Big news in online gaming this week with busts in Israel, subpoenas issued in the U.S. and Bodog seeking a U.K. operating license.
1 February 2008 London has J. Todd thinking about Europe
J. Todd braves a cold day in London to discuss Finland's decision to consider offering state-run online poker rooms and the EU's decision to investigate Germany and Sweden for protecting their gambling monopolies. follow the discussion
18 January 2008 Big cheating scandal hits online poker
This week we take a closer look at the cheating allegations at Absolute Poker, update the online gambling situation in Germany and chew on why a UNLV poll showed Nevada residents don't want online gambling. follow the discussion
11 January 2008 Don't blame online gambling
J. Todd takes a closer look at the crimes being blamed on online gambling and finds that online gambling isn't really the problem. follow the discussion
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