The Justice Department's campaign to suppress advertising for online casinos may be a boon to companies outside the U.S. that can offer gambling sites alternative ways of luring customers. Yesterday the U.K.-based AskWinner.com announced a new system for charging advertisers by the number of players attracted through its casino review site. "Online casinos and sportbooks have a new, effective way to advertise on internet," says the company's press release. "A few weeks after big search engines and PPC companies dropped online casinos ads, http://www.askwinner.com (the leading guide to online casinos and Las Vegas casinos) announces the release of a new pay-per-visitor advertising solution."
Their letter to Congress warns about inevitable abuses against religious and racial minorities.
Let people join with the like-minded to reject officials and laws that don’t suit them and to construct systems that do.
The president's final batch of clemency actions includes commutations for dozens of nonviolent drug offenders.