‘Fin’ means ‘end’ in French, so Finland must mean ‘land of end’ or something. (I’ve just been reliably informed that Finns don’t speak French, so screw that theory.) Nevertheless, a new legal precedent has dawned on Finland, and it means foreign online gaming firms will no longer be allowed to advertise their services to Finnish residents. Coming as it does on the heels of the country’s domestic monopolies getting the nod to expand their offerings, this precedent could leave foreign firms out in the cold. Read more.