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WHO WILL DRIVE DUTCH ONLINE GAMBLING LEGALISATION NOW?
12th March, 2015 at 16:23:31
Online gambling regulation champion State Secretary Fred Teveen has resigned.
The much-delayed online gambling legalisation legislation in the Netherlands (currently bogged down in the lower house of the Dutch parliament while politicians argue) could be further postponed following the resignation this week of its prime driver, State Secretary for Justice Fred Teeven.
Dutch media reports indicate that Teeven decided to step down for unspecified political reasons, and his replacement will be announced by government on March 18.
Teeven's efforts to push the legislation through after years of delays and indecision over the Remote Gaming Act were important, and the impact of his departure could be exacerbated by the Senate elections which begin next week.
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DUTCH ONLINE GAMBLING BILL TO BE DISCUSSED IN THE SENATE NEXT WEEK (Update)
02nd March, 2017 at 09:50:51
Senate Permanent Committee for Security and Justice to discuss Remote Gaming Bill passed by the lower house last year.
BLUEMAY'S APPEAL AGAINST KANSSPELAUTORITEIT PENALTY REJECTED BY COURT
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Pay up! orders Netherlands Council of State.
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Euro 170,000 for operating unlawfully in the Dutch market.
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Holland Casino monopoly to be split up.
DODGY DUTCH DEVELOPER STEALS 20,000 PASSWORDS
18th January, 2017 at 08:48:32
Defendant allegedly plundered websites he had been contracted to develop.