Is it risky if you promote casino and live in France ?

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  1. francoisbretier

    francoisbretier Junior Member

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  2. kilroy

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    Hello,

    I would recommand to keep your anonymity as the new coming law will "take care about illegal offers".
     
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    Do these new laws actually effect you promoting a gambling site or does it really prevent you from Hosting a site that users can gamble on?

    Theres a huge difference there. Either way it seems you wont be getting much traffic from Google.
     
  4. C.S.A.

    C.S.A. Junior Member

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    Regardless of what the law says, your odds of enforcement are extremely low. Stay anonymous where possible, and don't become a billionaire advertising magnate, and you'll be very unlikely to have any kind of trouble. France is a big place, and there are always bigger fish in the sea for the enforcers to follow.
     
  5. Rockin

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    I am not French but you should check up on the laws, and see what the restrict. Like in the U.S. online gambling is illegal, and the same with hosting a site, but I don't think promoting a gambling website is illegal.
     
  6. gosu22

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    Yeah, it's pretty hard for them to enforce it... I doubt the French constantly scour the internet for gambling promoters.