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This week J.Todd gives his opinion about what others are saying about the Department of Justice change of opinion on the Wire Act. 28 January 2019
Opinions on opinions about opinions
This week J.Todd gives his opinion about what others are saying about the Department of Justice change of opinion on the Wire Act. follow the discussion
The U.S. Department of Justice has changed its mind. No longer does the Federal Wire Act only apply only to sports betting, but to all forms of Internet bets. 21 January 2019
Stupidity, opinions and politics
The U.S. Department of Justice has changed its mind. No longer does the Federal Wire Act only apply only to sports betting, but to all forms of Internet bets. follow the discussion
Regulation is something our industry once looked forward to, but it has come with some issues for affiliates. As operators try to adapt to a fluid landscape, many webmasters are working twice as hard just to keep up. 14 January 2019
Regulation, addiction and standard poodles
Regulation is something our industry once looked forward to, but it has come with some issues for affiliates. As operators try to adapt to a fluid landscape, many webmasters are working twice as hard just to keep up. follow the discussion
It seems one British bookmaker paid "hush money" to keep information away from the UK Gambling Commission. Then the same operator paid off players for a "glitch" in their system. 7 January 2019
Cover ups and glitches
It seems one British bookmaker paid "hush money" to keep information away from the UK Gambling Commission. Then the same operator paid off players for a "glitch" in their system. follow the discussion
This week we're covering stories from America, where the Stars Group has everything they want for Christmas.  Also news from the U.K., where there will be an advertising ban for the New Year.
17 December 2018
Snow blankets, ad bans and stars
This week we're covering stories from America, where the Stars Group has everything they want for Christmas. Also news from the U.K., where there will be an advertising ban for the New Year. follow the discussion
The U.K. Gambling Commission has issued fines to several operators, plus online gambling in Sweden is set to explode while the U.S. Congress considers an oversight of sports betting. 10 December 2018
Crackdowns continue
The U.K. Gambling Commission has issued fines to several operators, plus online gambling in Sweden is set to explode while the U.S. Congress considers an oversight of sports betting. follow the discussion
We're ascending to new heights with this week's iGaming news, coming from America and Britain. 3 December 2018
iGaming news from on high
We're ascending to new heights with this week's iGaming news, coming from America and Britain. follow the discussion
This week's gambling news comes to us from the U.K., where operators are cracking down on themselves. 26 November 2018
Gambling news & wild turkeys
This week's gambling news comes to us from the U.K., where operators are cracking down on themselves. follow the discussion
The U.K. has made an about face on their decision to delay the fixed-odds betting terminal decision until October of next year. 19 November 2018
UK U-turns
The U.K. has made an about face on their decision to delay the fixed-odds betting terminal decision until October of next year. follow the discussion
It's been a big week for William Hill, which completed its acquisition of Mr Green. J. Todd examines what this purchase means for webmasters and the Mr Affiliate program. 12 November 2018
50 shades of green
It's been a big week for William Hill, which completed its acquisition of Mr Green. J. Todd examines what this purchase means for webmasters and the Mr Affiliate program. follow the discussion
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