Just a few days ago we were discussing the slippery slope set up by US law enforcement officials for determining that any work done for an online gambling company - even if done in the country of that company where gambling is legal - is considered a criminal act. Now, the WTO has ruled against the US on this issue saying that the criminalization of online betting in other nations violates WTO accords. Of course, it sounds as if US politicians and law enforcement officials are just going to shrug and ignore the decision and continue with their current tactics to stop any American individual or company from dealing with any online betting operation - no matter how legal it is in their country of origin.
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