The Internet Gambling Report

Casino Gaming: Policy, Economics, and Regulation
    TABLE OF CONTENTS
   l.INTRODUCTION
  ll.WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF GAMBLING ON THE INTERNET?
 lll.THE COMPETITIVE MARKET
  IV.TECHNICAL LIMITATIONS OF INTERNET GAMBLING
   V.SECURITY CHALLENGES TO INTERNET GAMBLING
  VI.WHY INTERNET GAMBLING MAY FRUSTRATE PUBLIC POLICY
 VII.ENFORCEMENT RESPONSIBILITY AND ISSUES IN THE UNITED STATES
VIII.CANADIAN LAWS AND REACTION TO INTERNET GAMBLING
  IX.UNITED KINGDOM LAWS AND REACTION TO INTERNET GAMBLING
   X.HONG KONG LAWS AND REACTION TO INTERNET GAMBLING
  XI.TAIWAN LAWS AND REACTION TO INTERNET GAMBLING
 XII.SINGAPORE LAWS AND REACTION TO INTERNET GAMBLING
XIII.PRC LAWS AND REACTION TO INTERNET GAMBLING
 XIV.POLICY, REGULATION, AND TECHNOLOGICAL ALTERNATIVES
  XV.CONCLUSIONS

The Internet poses challenges to the traditional role of government to set gambling policy. The Internet Gambling Report explores the emerging conflict between government policy making and Internet technology in the United States and abroad. The 272-page report covers all aspects of Internet gambling from the technology to regulation. The book covers how Internet gambling sites work and their potential for growth. Government policy and responses to Internet gambling are highlighted and defined by comparing the approaches being taken in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Taiwan, Singapore, the Peoples Republic of China and Hong Kong. The book covers the practical problems that governments are having in attempting to prohibit or restrict their citizens from on-line gambling and potential alternatives to current enforcement policy. Technology issues, such as the security of Internet transactions and the limitations of the Internet, are covered in both layman's and technical descriptions.

The book's main author is Anthony Cabot, a leading expert on gambling law and public policy. Contributing authors include attorneys from the international law firm of Baker & McKenzie, Canadian lawyer Mitch Garber, British lawyer Tony Coles, EG&G Internet security expert Jim McGeahey, and netizine editor Sue Schnieder of Rolling Good Times Online.

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