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article Facebook May Have Been Used To ‘Brainwash’ Children Into Gambling (10/14/2019)
(Internet) -- Facebook is the greatest system of cognitive and behavioural manipulation the world has ever seen. Over the years, it has allegedly influenced the outcome...
article The FBI wants to build a data dragnet on Facebook (8/9/2019)
(California) -- On Wednesday, Rob Price published a nice scoop about a San Francisco marketing agency that had been slurping up millions of public posts from Instagram...
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Global Gaming Expo (G2E)

article "The emphasis of sports betting through growth of G2E's exhibitors is significant" (10/7/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- Carrison highlights G2E Las Vegas' nine education tracks and innovative experiences such as the Roundtable Talks, and anticipates personalized...
article Slot manufacturers to show facial recognition tech at G2E (9/30/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- Inside Scientific Games’ Las Vegas showroom — a display floor showing some of the company’s newest innovations — chief product...
article Slot manufacturers to show facial recognition tech at G2E (9/30/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- Inside Scientific Games’ Las Vegas showroom — a display floor showing some of the company’s newest innovations — chief product...
3 Total Articles on this Issue

Postle Scandal

article RFID implicated in live-streamed poker cheating scandal (10/7/2019)
(California) -- Seems a pro-poker player, Mike Postle, has achieved impossible-seeming results. Other players have put hours upon hours upon hours into analyzing his...
1 Article on this Issue

Hacked & Cyber-Attack

article EA leaks a ton of sensitive FIFA 20 user data including eSports pros (10/4/2019)
(Internet) -- EA is currently running a promotion where they’ll give you a month of free EA Origin Access if you sign up for two-factor authentication on your...
article Chinese State Hackers Attack Video Games And Cryptocurrencies For ‘After Hours’ Personal Gain: Report (8/7/2019)
(China) -- A damning report, issued today (August 7), provides further evidence of the extent of the attacks on large-scale enterprises by China's state hackers to...
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Mandalay Bay Shooting

article Progress on eliminating radio dead-zones on the Strip remains unclear (10/2/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- Radio communication is essential when responding to any emergency situation. Las Vegas police found this out firsthand during 1 October.
article After Las Vegas shooting, radio dead zones still plague Strip (9/30/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- On the night of the attack, several Las Vegas police officers reported issues with transmitting and receiving radio updates within Mandalay Bay, where a...
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Sports Leagues

article 'You Can't Trust Nobody': Inside MLB's War on High-Tech Sign Stealing (10/2/2019)
(USA) -- Weary from battling digital thieves the past two Octobers and the regular-season games in between, Kenley Jansen carries within him a creative idea that he is...
article Making Sense Of Leagues’ Search for Sports Betting Data Fees: Case Study No. 8 (9/11/2019)
(USA) -- In this series, we will explore some of the important case law that is relevant to sports leagues’ argument that they should be compensated for “...
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Fantasy Sports

article This couples therapy app convinced my husband to do more chores (9/30/2019)
(Wall Street) -- A few nights ago, I walked into my bedroom to get into bed and beheld there was laundry all over it. It was mostly my husband’s laundry. Seeing...
article FanDuel founder bets on love with new app (9/20/2019)
(New York) -- When folks look back at this decade's myriad fads and manias—from fidget spinners to Pokemon Go—odds are good they'll count fantasy...
2 Total Articles on this Issue

Adoption

article BIA deploys kiosk for foster parent background checks (9/27/2019)
(Oklahoma) -- This month, the Bureau of Indian Affairs Anadarko Agency deployed the first Tribal Access Program biometric/biographic kiosk workstation. The TAP kiosk...
1 Article on this Issue

Sports Betting

article BLOG: We're Finally Going to Know How Tall NBA Players Really Are (9/26/2019)
(USA) -- Players have been listed at taller and heavier than they are in reality in their home programs since the inception of the printing press. Telling white lies...
article FanDuel Bids For First-Party Data And Audiences With New Content Play (9/20/2019)
(USA) -- FanDuel isn’t waiting for US states to move the ball forward on sports betting regulations. Last year, the company launched a fantasy sports property, The...
article Nasdaq Makes Bet on Sports Gambling (7/23/2019)
(Worldwide) -- Nasdaq Inc. is lending its technology and brand to a U.K. soccer-betting platform that lets users wager on players by buying and selling stakes tied to...
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Macau Gaming

article Macau gaming authority to pull back on data sharing (9/24/2019)
(Macau) -- Macau’s gaming regulator is taking a step forward in providing better protection for gamblers’ personal data. Just like jurisdictions across the...
article OP/ED: Macau casinos’ Big Brother tech needs to be deployed carefully (9/11/2019)
(Macau) -- We all know casinos floors are some of the most watched spaces. Step onto one and eyes follow your every step. Cameras dotted along walls and pillars feed the...
article Macau Police Testing 100 Face and Vehicle Recognition Cameras (9/4/2019)
(Macau) -- Macau police have announced plans for a facial and object recognition trial that leverages the city’s extensive network of CCTV surveillance cameras....
article MGM says no facial recognition system installed in casinos (8/22/2019)
(Macau) -- The casinos of MGM Macau and MGM Cotai are not using facial recognition technology in their surveillance systems, according to CEO and Chief Executive Officer...
article Macau Restricts Use of Casino Tech That Could Help the House Win (8/5/2019)
(Macau) -- Macau’s gaming watchdog has restricted the use of artificial intelligence tools that may help casino operators track gamblers likely to bet big,...
article Half of Macau casino ops testing face recognition tech: DICJ (7/16/2019)
(Macau) -- Macau’s Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau, also known by its Portuguese acronym DICJ, says that the use of facial recognition technology needs...
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BIA

article Trump administration deploys first "biometric kiosk" at a BIA Agency for foster parent background checks (9/21/2019)
(Ohio) -- Recently, Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Tara Katuk Sweeney praised the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Anadarko Agency for deploying the first Tribal...
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Havasupai Tribe

article Most Isolated Tribe In Continental U.S. Gets Broadband (9/18/2019)
(Arizona) -- Nestled among turquoise blue waterfalls and cottonwood trees, the tiny Havasupai reservation is accessible only by foot, by mule or by helicopter.
article OP/ED: Havasupai Tribe hindered by inadequate internet (7/12/2019)
(Indian Country) -- The Havasupai tribe is falling behind in education, health and emergency needs because, like many rural communities, it lacks affordable, reliable...
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Caesars

article Companies Emerging From Bankruptcy Lean Into IT (9/12/2019)
(Wall Street) -- Technology leaders are playing a bigger role in helping companies bounce back after a bankruptcy. Many are brought in as bankruptcy proceedings wind...
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First Nations

article Students on Ice expedition brings the classroom to the polar regions (9/10/2019)
(Ottawa) -- Geoff Green is sporting a healthy tan and looking surprisingly relaxed at an early August reception at the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa. True, he has...
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Food Sovereignty

article BLOG: Soybean School: Exploring growth differences between Manitoba and Ontario (9/9/2019)
(Ontario) -- A University of Manitoba masters student has found the major difference between growing soybeans in Ontario versus Manitoba is how long it takes to flower.
1 Article on this Issue

William Hill

article Making the CDO into the CEO - William Hill's latest bet on digital transformation in a disrupted industry (9/9/2019)
(Worldwide) -- William Hill has promoted its Chief Digital Officer to the top slot at a crucial time for it and the wider gambling industry.
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Tohono O’odham

article Tohono O’odham Invaded By Border Patrol & Israeli Surveillance Tech (9/4/2019)
(Arizona) -- The Tohono O'odham nation sits on the US-Mexico border. Tribal member, activist, and scholar Nellie Jo David describes the threats to the Native...
article US Border Patrol and Elbit Systems Are Putting A Native American Reservation Under "Persisten Surveillance" (9/4/2019)
(Arizona) -- This week on Act Out!, we discuss U.S. Border Patrol and Israeli Elbit Systems plans to build a mass surveillance outfit on Indigenous lands, the Trump...
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eSports

article Ex-Village Roadshow chief digital officer launches gaming and esports entertainment venue (9/3/2019)
(Australia) -- Jon Satterley, ex-Village Roadshow chief digital officer and co-founder of Fortress Esports, has announced the launch of the largest video gaming and...
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Video Gaming

article Why Cryptocurrency and Video Games Go Hand in Hand (8/30/2019)
(Internet) -- The global video gaming industry continues to enjoy impressive annual growth figures and it is tipped to be worth $300 billion by 2025. It has firmly...
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Land Issues

article Many consider 5G small cell installations to be at best an eye sore and at worst a serious health risk (8/26/2019)
(USA) -- 5G, the fifth generation of wireless technology, will give consumers access to more information faster and make businesses more efficient, and will create an...
article Court Vacates FCC Dereg of Cell Tower-Site Reviews (8/9/2019)
(Washington D.C.) -- Turns out the race to 5G can't run roughshod over the landscape, at least as the FCC has proposed it. In a partial defeat for the FCC and a...
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Nevada Gaming

article Gaming regulations stifling casino innovation, some say (8/25/2019)
(Nevada) -- Kent Young started Spin Games in 2013. Since then, the Reno-based digital gaming company has expanded to New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Canada, the United Kingdom...
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Mobile Gaming

article Will New York see mobile betting next year? (8/23/2019)
(New York) -- New York’s push to pass mobile betting this year ultimately ended with a whimper. Opposition from Governor Andrew Cuomo meant the bill never even hit...
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Hard Rock

article Seminole Hard Rock Using VR to Maximize $1.5 Billion Expansion (8/22/2019)
(Florida) -- As part of the $1.5 billion expansion of the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Florida, the company teamed up with HTC VIVE virtual reality to save...
article VR boosts design of Hard Rock expansion (8/22/2019)
(Florida) -- HTC Vive’s Vive Pro HMDs and the Vive virtual-reality platform were used in the design and development of a $1.5 billion expansion of the The Seminole...
2 Total Articles on this Issue

MGM Resorts

article Court approves sale of AAF gambling app to MGM (8/20/2019)
(Texas) -- A Texas bankruptcy court ruled Tuesday that the settlement agreement between the now-defunct Alliance of American Football and MGM Resorts International...
article Court approves sale of AAF gambling app to MGM (8/20/2019)
(Texas) -- A Texas bankruptcy court ruled Tuesday that the settlement agreement between the now-defunct Alliance of American Football and MGM Resorts International...
2 Total Articles on this Issue

Native Vote

article County officials consider drone to deliver tribal votes from Grand Canyon (8/1/2019)
(Arizona) -- Officials in an Arizona county hope to use a drone to make it easier to get vote tallies from tribal land deep within the Grand Canyon during next year...
article County explores drone to carry vote tallies from tribal land (7/31/2019)
(Arizona) -- Officials in an Arizona county hope to use a drone to make it easier to get vote tallies from tribal land deep within the Grand Canyon during next year'...
2 Total Articles on this Issue

Rhode Island Gaming

article Email reveals R.I. Lottery turned to IGT for mobile-betting security (7/30/2019)
(Rhode Island) -- In the midst of a tug-of-war with Twin River casino owners over a potential $1-billion Rhode Island Lottery contract, IGT on Tuesday unearthed an email...
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DOJ

article 1 of 19 Nevada tribes will have access to FBI’s sex offender registry (7/22/2019)
(Nevada) -- The federal government is giving some Native American tribes access to the FBI’s database of sexual offenders in hopes of combating the prevalence of...
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Japan Gaming

article Japanese Gaming Manufacturer Universal Entertainment Unveils Multicurrency Devices at Okada Manila Casino (7/22/2019)
(Japan) -- Japan-based Universal Entertainment has developed gaming terminals that accept numerous currencies, and the devices will soon be deployed to the company...
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Iowa Gaming

article Tracking technology will be used in sports betting apps (7/15/2019)
(Iowa) -- The Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission got a look at some of the technology that will be used for sports gambling during their meeting last week. Iowa Racing...
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Poker

article Hold ‘em or fold ‘em? This A.I. bluffs with the best (7/14/2019)
(New York) -- In his 14 years on the professional poker circuit, Darren Elias had never faced anyone who played with so little fear. A typical poker player, when dealt...
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Other News

article The thorny ethics of collecting genetic data from indigenous people (10/9/2019)
(Worldwide) -- In 2009, researchers collected DNA from four elderly men in Namibia, each from one of the many San indigenous communities scattered across southern Africa...
article Casino app ad banned for targeting people googling 'how to unsubscribe from all gambling' (10/8/2019)
(UK) -- A casino app advert has been banned after it targeted customers who googled "How to unsubscribe from all gambling". The Advertising Standards Authority...
article New technology brings old Tlingit hat back to Alaska (10/6/2019)
(Alaska) -- A Tlingit clan hat was welcomed back to southeast Alaska with ceremony and dance after spending more than a century away. A ceremony Sept. 25 included both...
article New technology brings old Tlingit hat back to Alaska (10/5/2019)
(Alaska) -- A Tlingit clan hat was welcomed back to southeast Alaska with ceremony and dance after spending more than a century away. A ceremony Sept. 25 included both...
press release Win Systems will present its best-in-class solutions at G2E Las Vegas (10/3/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- Win Systems, the leading technology supplier for the gaming and entertainment industry, will participate in the G2E Las Vegas trade-show in booth #2848....
article D.C. app spotlights American landmarks 'with a native twist' (10/1/2019)
(Washington D.C.) -- It is one of the most recognizable memorials in the United States — an 80-foot-high (24 metres) sculpture of six soldiers raising an American...
article Apple and Google are going to war over the future of gaming as the entire industry goes through a radical transformation (10/1/2019)
(Worldwide) -- The success of "Fortnite" highlights the importance of the mobile gaming market. Video game companies spent decades marketing blockbuster...
article How a button became one of the greatest #MeToo victories (10/1/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- Housekeeper Fatoumata Bah’s voice trembled as she described the fear she experiences every time she knocks on a guest’s door. “Sometimes...
article How graphics improved over time in the slot industry (9/29/2019)
(USA) -- For the ‘serious’ gambler, the notion of the graphics of a slot machine being important may seem somewhat fanciful. The point about slot machines,...
article Video Gaming: Is My Loot Box Legal? (9/28/2019)
(USA) -- The rise of the video game industry in recent years has led to growing scrutiny of certain practices by government officials. Most recently, on August 7, 2019,...
article ‘New dawn’ on Rosebud: Tribal electric utility voters triumph (9/26/2019)
(Nebraska) -- September 14, 2019 marked the first time that tribal members gained the majority of seats on the board of directors in the 70-year history of the power...
article Near misses on slot machines may not encourage continued gambling, study finds (9/25/2019)
(Alberta) -- You enter your quarter into the slot machine and hit the button. Two lemons and a cherry appear in front of you—close to a win, but not quite. For...
article New technology brings old Tlingit hat back to Alaska (9/25/2019)
(Alaska) -- A Tlingit clan hat was welcomed back to Southeast Alaska with ceremony and dance after spending more than a century away. A ceremony Wednesday included both...
article BLOG: Native American Ancestors Found in the Genes of Many in the U.S. (9/24/2019)
(USA) -- If your ancestry in the United States stretches back more than 250 years, you may have Native American forbears. A new population genetics study shows that...
article Tribal leaders, lawmakers chide FCC for lack of progress on broadband (9/19/2019)
(Washington D.C.) -- Tribal representatives told a Senate committee Wednesday that the Federal Communications Commission is not doing enough to ease the regulatory...
article Navajo Nation Students Awarded Rare Opportunity To Train In Neuroscience (9/19/2019)
(Arizona) -- Native Americans are among the most underrepresented groups working in science today. A new effort on the Navajo Nation in Arizona is trying to reverse that...
article Apple Stops Clock On Gambling App Deadline (9/19/2019)
(Internet) -- Last June Apple showed where its true allegiances lie when it decided to ban HTML 4 built applications form the App Store. Instead, developers would need...
article Angry racing board scolds Arlington owners: Are you in horse racing or ‘only a gaming software company’? (9/17/2019)
(Illinois) -- Churchill Downs Inc. last month blamed high taxes, a saturated gambling market and contributions to a state thoroughbred purse fund as reasons not to...
article Tribal broadband in focus with hearing and summit in nation's capital (9/17/2019)
(Washington D.C.) -- The dismal state of broadband in tribal communities will be the focus of a pair of events in Washington, D.C., this week and the next.
press release BMM’s Director Tribal Gaming, Jodi DiLascio Announced as a 2019 AISES Board Member (9/17/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- BMM Testlabs, the world’s leading gaming test lab and product compliance consultancy, is pleased to announce that Director, Tribal Gaming, Jodi...

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