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Curb and controls on remote gambling in Singapore proposed in new Bill

Companies that organise, manage or supervise remote gambling services and make them available to Singapore consumers could face a fine of up to SIN$500,000 ($400,000) under plans unveiled by the Singapore government. 08 Sep 2014

Consumers' new rights to redress qualified by 'average consumer' test

Businesses' liability for damages for misleading or aggressive practices towards consumers will depend on whether the practices would have affected the 'average consumer', the government has said. 18 Aug 2014

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ICO reiterates call for lowering of threshold for serving fines over unsolicited marketing activity

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has repeated its call for changes to the law to be made to make it easier for it to punish companies that engage in unsolicited marketing activity. 14 Aug 2014

Keyword advertising must not cause financial promotions to fall foul of compliance standards, warns FCA

Financial services companies have been warned to review their use of online keyword advertising after the City regulator said it can lead to financial promotions being deemed to be misleading. 13 Aug 2014

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