*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. On 22 October 2020, the Council of the Italian Communications Authority ["AGCOM"] imposed an administrative fine of EUR 100 000 on Google for violation of the ban on gambling advertising (https://www.agcom.it/documents/10179/20239702/Delibera+541-20-CONS/437a3135-8b8b-4ad4-a01b-2aaae894c30c?version=1.0). Google, the owner of the indexing and promotion service for websites Google Ads, had allowed the dissemination, against payment of a fee, of links that redirect users to a site that carries out gambling activities with cash winnings, in violation of the regulations in force. The decision is interesting, firstly because of the analysis carried out by the
CASE COMMENTS: REGULATIONS – ONLINE ADVERTISING SERVICES – EXTRATERRITORIALITY – ITALY
Gambling: The Italian Communications Authority (AGCOM) fines one of the main online advertising operator for violating the rules on advertising of games and bets (Google)
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