WASHINGTON, D.C. – The reply letter by Assistant Attorney General Virgina Seitz regarding relevance of Wire Act 18 U.S.C. § 1084, stated that it is applicable only to sports gambling and does not cover Online Poker & online selling of lotteries within the state. PPA (Poker Players Alliance) today approved of this clarification by the Department of Justice.
As stated by John Pappas, the executive Director of PPA, elucidation of the central law as well as setting up of an authorizing and directive organization by the Parliament for Internet Poker together with apparent laws and strict implementation is all the more necessary now to curb other types of unlawful gambling. As such, the state & central legislators can accredit and control the Internet Poker and additional non-sports movements in their distinct influences. But the centre should act fast to avoid any messing up of the individual laws of the various states that may become problematic for the clients.
The Fifth Circuits point has been admitted by DOJ for the first time by the central law regarding its application on sports gambling only; since rejected in a common filing in 2002.
Alfonse DAmato, an ex-Senator and the Chairman of PPA, expressed the need for enactment and implementation of a law similar to H.R. 2366 that will make it mandatory for all online poker websites to abide by the stringent protective measures meant for the clients. An easily accessible and economical market will be generated for the players to play nationwide and worldwide.
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