Betting On Internet Anti-Gambling Bill

from the where-will-this-lead? dept

Just as many of the players in the online gambling world are meeting in Costa Rica to discuss what to do now that MasterCard, Visa, and even PayPal won’t deal with them, a US Congressperson is trying to make it illegal to provide transactional services for online gambling. Of course, what this means is that the online gambling sites will more towards more questionable models of attracting money – making them less trustworthy and more open to fraud. It doesn’t mean that Americans are going to be any less likely to gamble online – just more likely to get scammed.

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