FANDOM


Citation Edit

European Commission, Towards a Comprehensive European Framework for Online Gambling (COM(2012) 596 final) (Oct. 23, 2012) (full-text).

Overview Edit

Based on an in-depth public consultation, this Communication sets out an action plan which seeks to enhance clarity throughout the EU for the benefit of national authorities, operators, consumers and related industry such as payment service or media service providers. Five action areas are prioritized to address the challenges faced at EU and national level:

  • compliance of national regulatory frameworks with EU law
  • enhancing administrative cooperation and efficient enforcement
  • protecting consumers and citizens, minors and vulnerable groups
  • preventing fraud and money laundering
  • safeguarding the integrity of sports and preventing match-fixing.

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