Advertising Law -- January 20, 2012

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In This Issue:

Know When to Hold ’Em: DOJ Opens Door for Online Gambling; Advocates, Proponents Weigh In on COPPA Updates; Gilbert Arenas Loses His Appeal; FDA Releases Limited Guidance for Social Media Use; and Diamond Foods Settles Suit Over Walnut Claims.

Excerpt from Know When to Hold ’Em: DOJ Opens Door for Online Gambling

The likelihood that online gambling will soon be legalized has increased now that the Department of Justice issued a recent memorandum opinion.

For roughly a decade, the DOJ took the position that the Wire Act prohibited the use of the Internet to place any form of bets or wagers.

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