From Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh An appellate court says Kentucky may not confiscate the domain names of 141 Internet gambling sites. Governor Steve Beshear says some Internet gambling sites are siphoning millions of badly needed dollars from the commonwealth. He says sites that allow Kentuckians access are operating illegally because they’re not regulated by… Continue reading Appeals Court Rules In Domain Name Case
The Kentucky Court of Appeals meets in Louisville tomorrow to hear oral arguments in a case involving Internet gambling sites. Attorneys representing 141 websites will argue the state has no jurisdiction over their domain names. The Justice Cabinet has deemed the gambling websites illegal and demanded they forfeit their domain. Spokesperson Jennifer Brislin says these… Continue reading Court of Appeals to Hear Oral Arguments in Internet Gambling Case
A judge will decide in November if the internet gambling domain names will be forfeited to the state as requested by Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear. Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh reports.
From Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh The Commonwealth of Kentucky is going after the domain names of Internet websites offering illegal gambling opportunities to Kentucky citizens. Governor Beshear says the owners and operators of illegal online gambling sites are preying on Kentucky citizens and depriving the Commonwealth of millions of dollars of revenue. He says… Continue reading Beshear Targets Illegal Gambling Websites