US Department of Justice announces a 90-day delay in implementing new Wire Act opinion, warns that delay isn't “a safe harbor for violations.”
Online gambling is illegal again across the US, technically, thanks to what could be termed the “run-on sentence heard round the world.”
US Department of Justice issues new legal opinion that declares 1961 Wire Act applies to other forms of online gambling, not just sports betting.
Rumors swirl that the US Department of Justice is preparing to release a new opinion on the scope of the Wire Act that will reverse its 2011 opinion.
New Jersey Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. to introduce new federal online and land-based gambling legislation; Sen. Harry Reid done with gambling.
Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch sues Department of Justice over refusal to hand over documents related to 2011 Wire Act opinion.
A week's US online gambling legislative activity, including a possible federal ban, Illinois senate hearings, moves to ban online lotteries.
Sheldon Adelson's anti-online gambling vendetta produces draft legislation to put teeth back into the 1961 Wire Act.
Jacktrade LLC, sister company of International Racing Group, pleads guilty to Wire Act violation, ending six-year investigation.
Zynga signed a partnership with bwin.Party, to launch a real-money poker product that will share liquidity with PartyPoker franchise.