Sat, Mar 21, 6:51pm by Kevin Pitstock
We can now tell you the full details of who was on the blacklist that was supplied by wikileaks.org. It must be noted that Senator Conroy has denied that this is the real blacklist. However, should this list turn out to have any truth about it there will be a number of online Gambling operators at risk.
He is the full list of the online Gambling operators on the Blacklist that was revealed:
duplicatepoker.com (now closed)
As you can see there are a fair amount of poker sites that are on this list. The particular intentions of the ACMA at this point are still unclear. We will say this though. Should they proceed to take this matter further they will have an extremely hard time implementing the bans. With most sites having them hosted overseas, they do not have the jurisdiction to ban them. Industry pundits have also been calling their initiative ‘dead in the water.’
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