Online Gambling Being Reviewed by European Union

07/18/2012
By Pamela PattersonGoogle
Online casino games regulation and policies are  on the forefront of the European Union's Fall agenda. The European Commission, headed by Michael Barnier, has stated that an action plan will soon be put into place.
 
The Commission is looking to address several concerns including how to deal with unregulated online casino games websites as well as illegal operations, including offshore operators. The Commission also plans to lay out ways to regulate and monitor top online casinos that already have licensure throughout Europe.
 
Barnier spoke to the to the European Parliament last week, stating that gaming bodies that are in breach of EU policies are being looked at. There are currently twenty-eight complaints against twelve different member states being reviewed.
 
The European Commission will also re-examine pending violations and complaints against European member states.
 
Barnier stated that the European Commission's modis operandi will be to reach out to all member states of concern and remind them of the need to enforce European Union policies. They will be urged to address the infringements. Barnier commented, "If blatant infringements persist, I will not hesitate to propose to my colleagues that the appropriate proceedings be taken or re-launched."
 
 
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