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ASA: Gambling normalisation a predictable outcome of 2005’s liberalisation

UK advertising standards bodies have reiterated that the normalisation of gambling was a ‘predicted consequence’ of the 2005 Gambling Act.  In its submission to the DCMS consultation of the 2005 Gambling Act, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) said that its role was to “prevent gambling advertising that ‘normalises’ irresponsible or potentially harmful gambling behaviour”. The response saw the ASA document …

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Rehab Bingo becomes Rosy Bingo after ASA ruling

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Broadway Gaming has made significant changes to one of its brands, after action was brought forward by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). Rehab Bingo has become Rosy Bingo following investigations by the advertising industry regulators into its website, www.rehabbingo.co.uk, and a paid for advert which appeared on Google when “rehabbingo” was searched for, and promptly stated “Join Official Rehab Bingo …

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