Norway to ban online gaming traffic

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    Zamsino

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    bonustreak

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    Rick Perry

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    Thanks for the info :mad:
     
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    Joonas

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    Thanks for sharing. Really unfortunate news in so many ways.
     
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    Asmodeus

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    I don't think countries should mess with what their citizens enjoy doing online. As long as the person is of legal age and aren't hurting anyone, then they should be able to spend their own money in whatever way they choose, including in an online casino.

    Yes, some people can have problems, just like they would in an offline casino run by the government, or govt licensed establishment. I think moves like this are less about looking after their citizens and more about losing their own slice of the pie to online operators.

    Strike one for freedom of choice.
     
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    This is terrible news for many big affiliates. Norway has been a great market so far. Hopefully there will be some way around it else it will hit the industry hard.
     
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    Engineer

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    One way around it: Convince players to use privacy coins (specific types of cryptocurrency), and promote brands that accept these privacy coins.
     

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