This engaging book, written in an accessible and concise manner, methodically unravels the complexities of regulating cross-border online gambling. The focus of the wellresearched materials highlights the tensions which arise between the execution of national policies and the international ubiquity of internet-based trade. With well thought out examples the narrative illustrates how national policy choices clash with one another, not only via attempts to liberalize markets but also through the application of rules of private international law.The coding system used with credit cards means that when payment is being authorized, both the type of merchant and the identification of a particular merchant will be revealed from the codes used222 during the authorization process.
|Title||:||Cross-border Online Gambling Law and Policy|
|Author||:||Julia H”rnle, Brigitte Zammit|
|Publisher||:||Edward Elgar Publishing - 2010-01-01|