Government 'white list' released: Advertising ban affects 1,000 sites

September 2007
International Gaming & Wagering;Sep2007, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport of Great Britain to ban about 1,000 casino and betting Web sites from advertising in the country under the 2005 Gambling Act. The agency has released a white list of approved advertisers that either failed to comply with regulatory standards or declined to submit their systems for assessment. It states that the government has implemented policies to ensure that operators are subject to compliance with money-laundering and financial probity regulations.


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