25 May 2001 INTERACTIVE GAMBLING Tom Dale General Manager, Regulatory NATIONAL OFFICE FOR THE INFORMATION ECONOMY KEY ISSUES Policy : What is the Government trying to achieve? Law : How is it trying to achieve it? Technology : Interaction with policy and law. POLICY OBJECTIVES
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- Senate Committee scheduled to report by 23 May
- debate sooner rather than later.
Cl. 15 A person is guilty of an offence if
(a) the person intentionally provides an Australian-based interactive gambling service; and
(b) the service has an Australian customer link.
- options and futures contracts
- online share trading.
- Internet or other listed carriage service
- broadcasting or datacasting service
- any other content service; and
- Constitutional issues : is any property being “acquired”?
- broader dimension : a “moral claim”?
- none 100% effective
- all affect Internet performance
- mandatory vs voluntary.
- the online content regime as a model.