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Internet gambling conundrum: Extraterritorial impacts of U.S. laws on Internet businesses
Edward A. Morse, The Internet Gambling Conundrum: Extraterritorial Impacts of U.S. Laws on Internet Businesses, 23 Computer L. & Security Rep. 529 (2007), reprinted (with updates) in Cyberlaw, Security & Privacy (Sylvia Mercado Kierkegaard ed., 2007).
The geographical transcendence of the Internet presents challenges for government regulation of activities such as Internet gambling, which are legally proscribed in some jurisdictions and allowed in others. The Unlawful ...
Extraterritorial Internet gambling: Legal challenges and policy options
Edward A. Morse, Extraterritorial Internet Gambling: Legal Challenges and Policy Options, 1 Int'l J. Intercultural Info. Mgmt 33 (2007) (earlier version appeared in Legal, Privacy, and Security Issues in Information Technology (Sylvia Mercado Kierkegaard ed., 2006)).
Casino gambling has expanded rapidly in the United States. Where allowed, it is a highly regulated activity accessible only by adults. Regulation addresses concerns about crime, money laundering, and tax enforcement, in ...
Governing fortune: Casino gambling in America
Edward A. Morse & Ernest P. Goss, Governing Fortune: Casino Gambling in America (2007).
Governing Fortune summarizes the legal framework supporting the gaming industry and reviews the costs and benefits of casinos by showing how tax base and job growth vary widely with site-specific factors. The book sets ...
Costs trump any casino benefits -- Iowa's lesson can guide Nebraska
Ed Morse & Ernie Goss, Op-Ed., Costs Trump Any Casino Benefits; Iowa's Lesson Can Guide Nebraska, Omaha World-Herald, June 8, 2007, at 7B.
Conundrum of un-free trade
Edward A. Morse, Op-Ed., The Conundrum of Un-Free Trade, Econom. Trends (Creighton Univ., Omaha, Neb.), Fall 2007, at 4.
Gambling interests crap out in 2006 elections
Ernie Goss & Edward Morse, Op-Ed., Gambling Interests Crap Out in 2006 Elections, B2B Omaha, Winter 2007, at 25.