The Gaming Authority in Netherlands, Kansspelautoriteit (KSA), has put forward plans to partner with Facebook in bid to combat the rampant illegal online lotteries, also referred to as ‘dipping.’
The partnership between Facebook and the KSA is part of the Dutch regulators recent efforts to ramp up gaming regulations in order to protect vulnerable people.
In light of this news, the regulator says, there has been several reports being made regarding illegal online lotteries for quite a while now. It also seems like quite a chunk of it was stemming from the social media platform.
Organizers now are due to be notified of any violation. In addition to this, it will be reported to Facebook, where the platform must remove the group in question in line with their guidelines.
This approach has already been implemented by the two parties, as they investigated and flagged 13 cases of illegal lotteries, for which Facebook have removed them from their network.
The KSA concluded that they are certain of this methods effectiveness in controlling gambling violations.
This is the fastest and most effective way to stop violations of the Gambling Act.
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