Virtual Gambling's Real Challenges

Interactive Gaming Council's Keith Furlong discusses the industry's consolidation and the regulation issues Net casinos face

Keith Furlong has gone to the so-called dark side. After working for five years as the legislative liaison for the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement -- the arm of the New Jersey Attorney General's office that regulates the state's casinos -- he joined a consulting firm and became deputy director of the Interactive Gaming Council. A Canadian-based nonprofit founded in 1996, the IGC is the foremost trade group representing the interests of the booming online gambling industry.

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