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The Court of Justice of the European Union has also established ground rules for commercial communications on gambling services and, in particular, for those provided under monopoly conditions. Advertising by the holder of a public monopoly is to be measured and strictly limited to what is necessary in order to channel consumers towards.

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European Commission Green Paper of 24 March 2011, on on-line gambling in the Internal Market COM(2011) 128 final – Not published in the Official Journal. This Green Paper aims to launch a debate on the development of online gambling in the European Union (EU). There are currently two national models applied in this sector, namely. Gambling Taxation and Regulation in the European Union 543 or a single cigarette. For example, counting the number of bets placed in a period has little meaning if some are for €1 and others for €100. Putting things in perspective, the Study of Gambling Services in the Internal Market of the European Union, composed by the Swiss Institute for Comparative Law (with the significant strategic approach of outsourcing to the Salford Business School Centre for the Study of Gambling: at the request of the European Commission (EC), reveals interesting findings. Like several other European Union member states land-based and online gambling have historically been legal in Poland but controlled by strict government monopoly and gambling with offshore operators technically permitted but unregulated. The 2009 Act on Gambling has seen several amendments to bring it into line with European Union principles.

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