CAP Newsletter - (April 1st 2009)
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This Week: You Heard it Here First! CAP TV Interviews President Obama About the Future of UIGEA!
  The Biggest iGaming Scoop of the Year!
It's the interview you've all been waiting for -- CAP TV gets the word on UIGEA straight from the politicians who matter: President Obama, President Bush, and Barney Frank are interviewed in this week's episode! Click here to check it out now!


EXCLUSIVE! CAP TV Interviews Presidents Obama and Bush about UIGEA!
EXCLUSIVE! CAP TV has the scoop of the year! We've tracked down President Obama and ex-President Bush to get their candid opinion on UIGEA. You're not going to see this anywhere else! Click here to watch it now!

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Aussie Blacklist Making Waves

The Australian Blacklist Controversy: What's It Add Up To?   
Since the publication of a series of blacklists that detail what websites may be banned under a proposed new Internet censorship law, there's been a lot of commotion in the Australian media. Senator Conroy is taking a lot of heat on the issue (and, given his recent "Russian mob" comment, seems to be buckling under the pressure). Could this controversy add up to the end of the censorship plan? Or signal a change in political leadership? What do you think? Head over to the CAP Forum and let us know.  

Anti-UIGEA Advocate Celebrates Birthday

Happy Birthday to Barney Frank!  
Yesterday, the United States' leading advocate for overturning the disastrous UIGEA law turned 69 years of age. We thank Rep. Frank for his tireless efforts in opposition to UIGEA, and wish him many more healthy years in fighting the good fight in the U.S. Congress. Click here to discuss Barney Frank's efforts on the CAP Forum.    

Sports Betting in Australia?

Playtech Acquires Player2Player; Will Its Sports Betting Offering Change Australian Market?  
The CAP Forum community is discussing whether or not Playtech's recent acquisition of Player2Player -- and its subsequent statement that sports betting will soon be offered -- will have an impact on the Australian market. Are Aussies interested in a new sports betting option, or are they unlikely to make the switch from their current preferred methods? Join in the discussion here.  

UIGEA Violates International Law, Says EU
March 27, 2009 (CAP Newswire)
As the United States continues to prosecute European gambling companies that it claims are in violation of its UIGEA, the EU is claiming that this  ... Read more

888's Revenues Rise Despite Rough Q4
April 1, 2009 (CAP Newswire)
Gaming giant 888 has posted a 6 percent rise in its annual profits report, for a total annual revenue of $48.6 million (£34.3m), according to reports ... Read more

Titan Poker Announces ECOOP IV Satellite Tourny
March 31, 2009 (CAP Newswire)
Titan Poker, the largest poker room in the iPoker Network, has begun qualification tournaments for the upcoming fourth annual ECOOP IV ... Read more

UIGEA Repeal a Possiblity for 2009?
March 31, 2009 (CAP Newswire)
When it comes to the status of the UIGEA, and the battle to get it overturned, there are a lot of factors in play, as we discuss regularly here at ... Read more

More iGaming Ads Banned in the U.K.
April 1, 2009 (CAP Newswire)
Continuing to dictate the supposed moral authority of the U.K. government at the expense of Internet business, the Advertising Standards Authority has ... Read more



Poll Of The Week
CAP Forum Moderator Dominique wants to know: How was your business in March? Click here to weigh in on "March: Feast of Famine?" at the CAP Forum.  

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