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  1. Barney Frank Rolls out the UIGEA Repeal! APCW Perspectives Weekly for 05/08/09

    by , 8 May 2009 at 1:57 pm
    Barney Frank has finally debuted his bill to Repeal the UIGEA and set-up a regulatory frame work for the online gambling industry in the United States! Also, industry news from Minnesota, Illinois, and the biggest jackass in the industry!
  2. Amsterdam Part 2: AAC- quality and quantity but we miss the Krasnapolsky!!

    by , 6 May 2009 at 3:52 pm
    Here we go again...another conference, another city, another trip to the airport with eight 50 pound boxes and a booth, another weekend of parties and another industry gossip filled article. What is not to love? The online gambling world certainly loves a conference in Amsterdam, but this time we were situated outside the city and away from the red light district. As a result, throughout my four days in Amsterdam I did not step foot into one peep show, coffee shop, live sex show, kinky sex toy ...
  3. Perspectives NOW Podcast - The Wire Act, Racketeering & Online Gaming

    by , 2 May 2009 at 11:48 am
    J. Todd has the latest online gaming news from around the globe. Plus, this week we get a bit more in-depth on the legal aspect to the online gambling industry, and what it means for players, webmasters, and operators. Topics include the 1961 Federal Wire Act, the UIGEA Legislation, the FBI, DoJ, and racketeering law.
  4. Minnesota Attacks Online Gambling! APCW Perspectives Weekly 05/01/09

    by , 1 May 2009 at 10:40 am
    The state of Minnesota has decided to use the 1961 Federal Wire Act to target the online gaming industry, at the very same time Representative Barney Frank has decided to target the UIGEA for repeal! All this and a friendly warning for players and webmasters.
  5. Negreanu music video cameo

    by , 29 April 2009 at 10:20 am
    I can honestly say I didn't know who Katy Perry was before this. But Negreanu has a cameo in her latest music video (did anyone know they still made music videos?). Can't say I'm much of a fan of the song, but I might be the wrong target demo. Let's see what everyone else thinks.