Tag Archives: Marlene Kairouz

Victoria makes first move on AUS National Framework

Victoria has become the first Australian state to implement the mandate of the federally approved ‘National Consumer Protection Framework’, adding several new policies and requirements to its online gambling laws. Commonly referred to as the ‘National Framework’, the mandate was first established in December 2018, with the governments of New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia agreeing to collaborate …

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Victoria to get tough on Gambling advertisement

The Victoria (Australia) state government has begun consultations on potential restrictions to gambling services advertising. Multiple Australian news sources have reported this weekend that state governance is reviewing plans to ban gambling advertisements being published within public transport services and near schools. State Gaming Minister Marlene Kairouz who is reviewing advertising standards proposals, commented that Victoria’s community was concerned with …

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