The Internet Gambling Fallacy Craps Out

@article{Schwarz1999TheIG,
  title={The Internet Gambling Fallacy Craps Out},
  author={Joel Michael Schwarz},
  journal={Berkeley Technology Law Journal},
  year={1999},
  volume={14},
  pages={1021}
}
  • J. Schwarz
  • Published 1999
  • Law, Economics
  • Berkeley Technology Law Journal
Despite the tremendous amount of media attention and the growing body of academic literature on the legality of Internet gambling, several issues remain contentious. Many groups continue to argue that Internet gambling takes place offshore, outside of United States jurisdiction, and is therefore not subject to United States law. These groups also argue that Internet gambling is legal in numerous states around the country. Finally, many Internet gambling proponents argue that even if Internet… 
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