Australia to strengthen gambling ad rules for online streaming services

Thursday 12 April 2018 | 08:06 CET | News
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is consulting on new rules to restrict gambling advertising during live streamed sport. According to ACMA chair Nerida O'Loughlin, until now, rules restricting gambling advertising have applied to broadcasting services only. The new online rules will extend community safeguards online, including the banning of gambling ads during live sports streams between 5:00 hours and 20.30 hours, O'Loughlin added.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: ACMA / Australian Communications and Media Authority
Countries: Australia
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