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Anti-Online Poker Group Piggybacks On Facebook Data Scandal To Push Agenda

Tuesday, April 10, 2018  
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Anti-Online Poker Group Piggybacks On Facebook Data Scandal To Push Agenda

A group backed by a Las Vegas casino magnate is seeking to exploit ongoing concerns about data privacy in the wake of the Facebook scandal to further its quest to ban regulated online casinos in America.

*** Specifically, as reported by Business Insider, the anti-online poker group is highlighting the fact that data-driven online casino ads can follow a person browsing the web, appearing on a wide range of sites. The Coalition is making the argument that the online casino industry needs to be curbed for this very reason, despite state regulations offering state-of-the-art safeguards to mitigate against underage play and problem gambling habits. Click here to read more.


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