EP online gambling resolution calls for better consumer protection ERA conference to discuss regulatory framework on online gambling The European Parliament on Tuesday 10 September called on the European Commission to strengthen the protection of consumers and to improve cooperation among Member States.
In order to protect minors from gambling, the Parliament also recommends the introduction of uniform common systems of identification. According to the Parliament a visible trust mark or logo of the regulatory authority prominently placed on the website of a licenced gambling operator would make it easy for costumers to identify safe and legal operators.
The Resolution money fixer onlinegewinnberichte calls for additional safeguards against money laundering which requires strong cooperation between national law enforcement and gambling authorities. Key topics will also include the regulatory objectives for remote gambling and responsible gambling measures with regard to the protection of minors and the fight against money laundering or match fixing.
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