The Responsible Gambling Trust research project will be conducted by Sophro Ltd.
Tournament innovations at PokerStars, MPN and Svenska Spel, mobile updates at Full Tilt, and a VIP program overhaul.
Data protection laws in EU hold more sway than initiatives to tackle gambling addiction.
The week’s regulatory updates include Germany, Italy, Romania, Sweden, Mexico and more.
Privacy is more important than identifying problem gambling according to Sweden’s data regulator.
Technological innovation to reduce problem gambling is in its infancy, but is likely to become more important as regulators realize what is possible.
The German Interstate Treaty has proven to be legally impossible to implement after a court ruling in Wiesbaden.
Dedicated web sites can provide useful independent advice for players to help them avoid becoming problem gamblers.
Belgium adopts a policy of fining players that gamble on sites without a national license.
The written answer was issued in response to an EU Parliamentary question.
Scientific study indicates online gambling may have lower rate of problem gambling.
No link between gambling prohibition and the prevalence of problem gambling was discovered.
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