Aristotle Integrity Partners with GeoComply for Integrated IDComply

Leaders in KYC and Geolocation Compliance offer integrated solution for iGaming and sports betting operators Washington, DC and Vancouver, Canada (November 6, 2019) — Aristotle International’s Integrity division, leaders in age verification and KYC, announced today that its solutions will be integrated as a premium vendor within GeoComply’s new IDComply service. IDComply provides seamless links […]

I-Gaming Hearing November 7th, 2019: Aristotle to Testify

Image courtesy The Missouri Times Integrity’s Michael Bolcerek will testify on effective age verification and KYC methodologies in front of the MO House Special Interim Committee on Gaming. He will share the many ways that Aristotle Integrity provides online operators help restricting minors from U.S. regulated online sportsbooks and gaming sites. Read The Missouri Times […]

Aristotle Integrity Age and Identity Solution approved for Interim Supplier License in West Virginia

Miomni Licenses Aristotle’s Integrity IDV solution for launch in WV Sportsbook Washington, DC (October 10, 2018) — Aristotle International’s Integrity division, a pioneer in identity and age verification solutions has added West Virginia to its previous supplier license approvals by New Jersey Department of Gaming Enforcement and Nevada Gaming Commission. Utilizing Integrity’s unparalleled age and […]

Thoughts from Know Identity 2018

What a conference! A round of applause to the One World Identity team and CEO Travis Jarae for delivering such engaging content, including keynote speakers Scott Galloway, David Birch and Steve Wilson. These speakers – and many more – really challenged the identity community to assess the definition of online identity and how the global […]

How secure is your Social Security number? The future of SSNs and online identity

A data breach can ruin your company’s reputation and cost you billions of dollars – just ask one of the estimated 16.7 million Americans impacted last year. According to a 2018 Identity Fraud study by Javelin Strategy & Research, more SSNs were stolen than credit card numbers in 2017. After all, you can do anything […]

UK Age Verification takes Center Stage in Adult Entertainment Market

UK Age Verification takes Center Stage in Adult Entertainment Market

Field reporting from the Adult Entertainment Conferences XBIZ LA and AVN InterNext Aristotle Integrity recently attended XBIZ 2018 in West Hollywood and AVN InterNext 2018 in Las Vegas, two of the biggest business conferences for the Adult Entertainment market. Both conferences had a diverse range of attendees, including industry professionals from adult sites, payment processors, […]

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, […]

Money Laundering, Terrorist Funding Happen Anywhere—Even on eBay

Fortunately, the compliance and identity verification measures in industries under tight compliance regulations have been effective in restricting terrorist financing. However, the impact of these enhanced regulations and compliance measures in the gaming and financial community may have been to send these individuals to other marketplaces like person-to-person or small retailer-to-consumer. About 12 years ago […]

The Digital Economy Bill, Age Verification and How It Could Impact Ancillary Providers and Payment Processors—a Commercial View

The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) is proposed as the U.K.’s age verification regulator with wide reaching powers to censor those sites that do not use either credit card or accepted age-verification methodology to restrict children from accessing adult content.

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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