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Internet Gaming Law

Internet Gaming Law is an essential resource for legal professionals and business executives in the field of Internet gaming law. This valuable book covers a multitude of new challenges to government and regulatory agencies that deal with gambling legislation

  • Federal legislation pertaining to internet gambling
  • US law as it applies to advertising for online gaming services
  • Use and abuse of certain bank instruments for Internet gambling
  • Laws regarding wagers via phone lines
  • Latest developments in legislative, regulatory, and judicial decisions affecting the gaming industry internationally
  • Gaming tax issues
  • Intellectual property issues
  • and much more
  • ITechLaw

    ITechLaw is the world’s premier organization representing lawyers worldwide, representing six continents and a broad spectrum of expertise. We welcome you to learn more about us and become part of a rapidly growing network of legal professionals.

    Thirty-Five years after being formed as the world’s leading technology law professional society, the Computer Law Association (CLA) introduces its new organizational identity. Our new name, International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw) better reflects our global activities and expanded focus in an era of technology convergence.

    What internet law do I need to know?

    Most people think that the law regarding online behaviour is vague and still developing because the internet is relatively new, but this is wrong.
    Internet law deals with exactly the same legal issues as normal law, it's just applied to the different features of the online world.
    Whenever you purchase, write or download anything on the internet, you are subject to exactly the same consumer, defamation and copyright laws as in the non-virtual world.

    Who owns stuff online?

    One of the most common misconceptions about the internet is that all material on it is freely available to the public.
    Just like the real world, every Image, sentence, and audio or video clip belongs to someone, and if you use it without permission you are breaking the law.
    The high profile cases in the media are usually about pirated online music or videos but that doesn't mean that you can freely copy text and pictures.

    Is Online Poker Legal

    Many recent events have brought attention to the legal standing of online wagering in general. The first thing to understand is the skill game of poker is not the same as sports betting nor even "random chance" casino games like craps and roulette. It may be treated the same eventually, but it may not. Legal precedent for a lot of this simply does not exist. As of this writing, no person has been charged, let alone brought to trial, let alone convicted, let alone sentenced for playing online poker. But this does not guarantee one or more of these things will not happen in the future.

    The question of whether Internet sportsbetting is covered by the Wire Act seems to have been answered by the US Supreme Court's refusal to review the conviction of Jay Cohen. Whether online casinos and online poker cardrooms are covered under the aimed-at-sportsbetting Wire Act is a different question. In February 2001, Judge Stanwood Duval of the US District Court in New Orleans ruled that it did not: "'in plain language' [the Wire Act] does not prohibit Internet gambling 'on a game of chance.'"

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