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Letter From the Professor - July 16, 2008
Meet CAP's New Content Manager!
I'm happy to introduce you to Nathan Denny. Nathan has just joined the team at CasinoAffiliatePrograms.com as our new Content Manager and will be helping me tackle the ever-growing job of adding fresh, new and helpful content to CAP as we continue to grow by leaps and bounds.
Starting soon, you'll be seeing Nathan's posts at the Forum under NathanCAP, and he'll also be taking over the important job of making sure all your press releases, promotions, and news items get exposure on the CAP site.
Speaking of promotions and press releases, we recently set up a brand new email address at firstname.lastname@example.org that's specially created to receive any news you may want to share. Make sure to send us any press releases you have, and we'll see to it that they're placed right where the CAP community can see them.
Check out CAP Magazine -- in Print, and Online!
As you may NOT know, our magazine is the largest, longest-running, and most widely read magazine serving the online gaming affiliate community. It's loaded with tons of insider business info, interviews with the industry's movers and shakers, details on upcoming events and shows, and much, much more. On top of all the great content, it's just a great-looking magazine, leaps and bounds better than anything else of this type.
If you're signed up with CAP, you have the option to receive this great magazine for FREE, delivered directly to your home. Strictly a digital person? No problem -- you can check out the latest magazine (as well as a bevy of back issues) directly on CAP's website. Click here to check out the latest issue now!
Will the EU Object to UIGEA?
In the course of the article, Lehrer calls the UIGEA legislation among "the worst written sections of the United States Code," most likely because of its awkward construction -- the law requires financial institutions to police Internet gaming because the government simply isn't able. That places an unreasonable obligation on institutions that have no interest in acting as a police or regulatory force, nor the ability or resources to do so.
Lehrer goes on to speculate that the EU's dissatisfaction with UIGEA may be part of a formal Trade Barriers Regulation complaint, which is reportedly already in the works.
"A series of 'interrogatories' -- formal questions directed at American officials -- appears to show what will come," writes Lehrer. "The questions cover topics ranging from the way the United States has enforced laws to the size of the U.S. gambling industry. Running almost 5,000 words, the list of questions reads more like the outline of a legal brief rather than a simple set of inquiries. It asks for every detail of the operations of the U.S. gaming industry and asks U.S. regulators to justify nearly every action they've taken with regard to Internet gambling."
" ... Since enforcement of the gambling laws falls almost entirely on the banking sector, it appears likely that the EU could well respond with banking sanctions directed at getting the U.S. to change its behavior. ... Given the enormous volume of trade between the U.S. and Europe, almost $700 billion in 2007, even a tiny series of retaliatory measures would have severe implications for the U.S. economy."
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Remember: Knowledge is power!
Whether you know it or not, the potential success for your affiliate marketing program is directly affected by a wide range of factors, from local laws and foreign markets, and, (unfortunately!) good old fashioned politics. In other words, it's best to stay informed -- and there's no better way to do just that than checking out the latest industry news each and every day in the CAP newsroom.
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This Week's Poll
Senior CAP member Engineer chimed in last Wednesday with a call to list programs that track using sessions only -- no cookies. Check out the list here and chime in if you have something to add.