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Canadians Indicted on US Gambling Charges, Domain Name Seized

The U.S. government has indicted four Canadians for running an Internet gambling site. Prosecutors in Maryland have charged Calvin Ayre and three other Canadian founders of Bodog.com with running an "illegal sports gambling business." The indictment occurs in an ongoing U.S. government crackdown against multinational Internet-gambling sites, which have long existed in a legal grey area…

Read full story: Globe and Mail

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