Kentucky Judge Ordered Confiscation of 132 Domain Names

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        Yeah, but.... these domains all end in .com and most of the US facing casinos are now .eu, so this would seem to be an empty seizure of  domain names with no active casino attached...

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        What a waste of  taxpayer $. If u live there u can't play anyway cuz of Kentucky laws and the company's know that. What are they getting out of this? Nothing.
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        Jackpotcapitalcasino.com has no eu nor does a lot of other casinos on their list.  They would be lucky if they got off easy by only having to change domain name.  The poker sites doj took down were removed from that list. They listed about 132 sites that are all breaking u.s. law and continue to do it.  I hope the gov't goes after all of them.

        This started back in 2008 and when they went to court, only 9 websites had representation from attorneys.  Also, the company owners did'nt show but rather sent a representative.  This time, they want the company owner to show up.  If so, a lot. Of these .com websites will be gone.
         
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        Just another example of the Judiciary and Executive branches working hand in hand and the Legislative righting the law to support the two in their siege of indiivuals rights to liberties. What is more when one of our fine states pushes enough the others or the Feds gather on the momentum.
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        I did notice that ClubUSACasino is on there, that is the Club World casino. Inetbet is on there also. Slotocash too, none of those have the .eu endings. It is going to be interesting to see what happens.

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        Be careful with these casinos that have .com (eg clubworld, jackpot capital.inet, etc).  I doubt they'll have legal team show up in court and domains could be shut down.  Funds could get confiscated and that means a lot of hassles getting money ou of there.
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        all i can do is smdh >:(

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