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Gambling on compliance with the new 2005 Act: Do organisations fulfil new regulations?

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Gambling is not a new phenomenon. Indeed gambling has been seen to be omnipresent throughout history and culture. However gambling has taken a new path. Online gambling is fast becoming a major pastime for many of society. The ease of access and convenience of play has led to an increase in the numbers of people gambling, and not just online. Within the increase of online gambling there has also been an increase in the regulation surrounding this industry. This paper explores the regulatory approach to online gambling within the UK. The researchers explore the Gambling Act 2005 (UK) and provide an empirical analysis of the UK major gambling organisation to determine what regulatory aspects they adopt and what safety measures they have in place to protect minors and to protect against financial crime. The researchers finally looks at policy implications for UK governments when regulating future online gambling.
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Keywords: financial crime; online gambling legislation (UK)

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Bristol Law School, Frenchay Campus, University of West of England, Bristol, UK 2: Bournemouth University, UK

Publication date: November 1, 2009

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