Paternalistic gambling regulations will “load the dice against fun”
Julian Jessop quoted in The Telegraph
Annabel Denham writes for Spiked
Emily Carver writes for CapX
Citing new IEA research on gambling reform, Emily argued that the anti-gambling brigade are “at odds both with enjoyment and personal responsibility”. Instead, we should use technology to detect gambling addicts and, in so doing, prevent harm. This can be done by ‘Big Data’ which allows companies to identify problem gamblers in a way that was never possible before, with algorithms. This would end the need for sweeping paternalistic anti-gambling laws.
Read the full article here.
Read the IEA Gambling report here.