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    Default U.K. lifts ad ban for online gambling

    It's OK to advertise online gambling on TV and radio in the U.K. again as long as you follow these guidelines:
    ...gambling adverts must not link the activity to seduction, sexual success or enhanced attractiveness.


    Advertisers are also precluded from suggesting the activity is a rite of passage.



    Finally, they must not show gambling which is irresponsible or could lead to “financial, social or emotional harm”.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main...gambling13.xml

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    another interesting find...
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    Worth noting that this doesn't come in until September and there are a few other guidelines that have to be adhered to.

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    This is excellent.... I tend to agree with them about not having the whole "sex sells" thing for promoting online gaming sites....I would not agree with online gaming sites using commercials like the 1-900 phone sex lines you see late at night for trying and "lure" players into spending their money at an online gaming site.

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