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UK iGaming Age Restriction: Verify at Registration or Else

Whilst it has been common in the iGaming market that the age of the user has been verified at the first deposit of money on the site, recent activity by the U.K. Gaming Commission should cause iGaming operators to rethink their marketing and on-boarding strategy. Based upon the recent letter that the Gaming Commission, the […]

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The 10 Driving Forces Behind the Convergence of Payments, Anti-Fraud & Identity Solutions

The 10 Driving Forces behind the Convergence of Payments, Anti-Fraud & Identity Solutions

Over the last decade, all major payments processors have created fraud strategies and associated services in an effort to offer real customer value to their merchants. Independent or standalone anti-fraud vendors are less prevalent, due to a raft of strategic acquisitions and partnerships offering even broader services. Traditionally, global products that may not have entered […]

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Age Verification: No Match = No Sale!

There are a number of age verification services and solutions available in the UK, primarily set up to verify that users are over 18. The goal is to restrict under 18 access to a raft of e-commerce sectors: igaming, tobacco, alcohol, knives, fireworks, solvents, butane, crossbows, airguns, +18 videos, computer games and shortly, adult content. […]

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Lack of Effective Vape, e-Cig Age Verification Pose Threat to Industry

When it comes to vape and e-cigarette age verification, a click through or box checking is not verification. However, some small and large vape and e-cigarette retailers have adopted this process as a standard method of verification. Let me be clear, this is AGE AFFIRMATION. It is like Stuart Smalley from SNL, “I’m good enough, […]

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Finding a Reasonable Approach to Verify Adults for Adult Activities

It is simple, really. Social activities such as gambling, viewing pornography and purchasing alcohol, knives, drugs and other items that are considered “adult” by the majority of U.K. citizens should be restricted to adults or at least authorized by an adult.

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Why igaming start-ups must remain compliant & how to do it

Integrity’s European Business Director, Ben Jordan, recently caught up with CalvinAyre.com to discuss the importance of age verification for the online gambling industry.

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Internet Gambling in N.J. Gets Online Test

This is a big week for Internet gambling in New Jersey. A trial period begins Thursday, when invited players will be able to test poker, slots and other games.

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FTC Updates COPPA Stamp of Approval for Parental Consent Tools

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced changes to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), clarifying and updating the decade-old law protecting children’s information on line. The new “Rule” specifies how sites catering to children must handle personal information, and obtain parental consent when doing so.

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What Barack Obama Can Teach Tesco and Co

According to John Aristotle Phillips, speaking at this year’s Silicon Valley Comes to Oxford event, this experience is likely to become more common as mainstream brands such as Tesco seek to follow the lead set by the “sin” industries of gambling, drinking and tobacco in applying one of the main lessons of Barack Obama’s victory last month – the effectiveness of big data.

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