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    SAN FRANCISCO, April 6, 2004

    What does this mean for the future of online gambling? Could they ban free search results too?

    This is my first post to this forum, although I have been visiting for a long time. My portal has been live for over a year and I don’t want to seek another field of employment, but this has me very worried!

    Any comments from experts?

    Thanks for letting me post!

    magician :confused:


    it’s possible they may block and censor gambling and casino links completely … no mention of this yet though.



    Hi Aleph,

    Thanks for your reply!

    I think all the gamblers that will flock to the free search results will be a huge windfall for those that rank well!

    And SEO companies will be getting alot of what was spent on PPC.

    I also think government pressure is what led the two biggest players to announce on the same day they would no longer accept gambling advertisements.

    The WTO ruled against the US on the issue of online gambling, but the US government plans to continue its absurd plans to ban it!

    I just hope that Google and Yahoo leave the free search results alone and don’t consider censorship!



    Yes, Let’s hope they do the right thing. They are loosing a HUGE amount of there revenue, I can’t believe they are letting go nearly 30% of their revenue. It might even be higher than that! If I was making $35.00 a click i would for sure put up a big fight.


    They have publicly said they will not censor the free listings. Even with the current climate in the states, they would never get away with that.


    Lets hope so.

    If the current government stays in power I see more scare tactics without legal foundation in the future.

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