First China kicks out Google, now it kicks out online poker
Posted on February 10, 2010 by John Trevors for Luckyroom.com
A six month campaign has been launched in China in order to totally ban online poker and online gaming operations all together according to the China Daily. First the Chinese government strikes Google and now it knock on the door of online gaming operators by banning the access to any online gaming site and additionally blocking and punishing any attempts made from any online gaming operator to process funds from any Chinese citizen for gaming or gambling reasons. China has a long history of internet purges and an even longer one of infatuation with gambling. It is well mentioned that reports have been made that not all Chinese officials are supporting this action as it is clearly stated that it does not make sense to ban an industry which is legal in most of the rest of civilized world.
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