He explained that as long as it is possible to gamble anonymously, criminals will be able to fly under the radar, as well as allowing minors to take part in gambling activities. The initiative was announced in November 2019, and though the operator admitted that it was likely to hit profits, this was a worthwhile trade-off for providing greater protection of children and preventing money laundering. Email Address Topics: Legal & compliance Sports betting Responsible gambling Responsible gambling Regions: Nordics Denmark Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter “We have over the years developed protections to ensure that children and young people under the age of 18 do not have access to betting,” Danske Licens Spil chief executive Niels Erik Folmann said. “Now we have rolled out the full implementation of Sikkert Spil.” “It is due to several hundred hours of work that the Sikkert Spil solution has become as easy and user-friendly for our customers as it is. Safer gaming is also the largest accountability initiative in the history of the gaming industry, and we have had to ensure that our dealers have been well prepared and thus provide customers with the necessary assistance.” “That is why we have run the rollout in stages. Fortunately, our customers have generally welcomed Sikkert Spil, as they want to help create a safe gaming market.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter In addition to the protection of minors from exposure to gambling, the Sikkert Spil system will make it more difficult for criminals to exploit the gambling industry for either money laundering or sports manipulation, as all bets can now be tracked across retail and online. Danske Spil completes roll-out of player ID cards Danish state-owned operator Danske Spil has completed the roll-out of its Spil ID player registration system, which requires all customers to use a registered account to make bets in-person or online. 16th November 2020 | By Conor Mulheir Tags: Danske Spil From today, all players across Denmark, Greenland and the Faroe Islands will be required to have a registered ID card, which can be taken out as a physical item or on a mobile app, in order to place bets at shops and kiosks. As Danske Spil is currently the only retail operator in Denmark to have mandatory customer identification controls, Folmann pointed out that it is still possible to play anonymously at competitors’ offerings. This, he said, should be rectified as soon as possible. The Sikkert Spil – or Safe Play – system was first rolled out in localised areas, starting in the Roskilde area followed by the island of Funen, and now applies across all areas of Denmark.
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Howard Lake | 26 March 2000 | News Greenpeace Australia has established a Web site to encourage local groups to campaign and fundraise. The Get Active site contains “all you need to know about setting up and managing your own social and environmental issues campaign”, drawn from the experience of Greenpeace campaigners with contributions from a range of environmental and social change activists. The site also features links to other key sites useful for activists, and we’re pleased to say that UK Fundraising is included.Get Active is designed to be “a valuable tool for activists everywhere.” About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Advertisement Greenpeace Australia encourage local groups AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 14 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
It also expressed disappointment that the report ignored the impact of VAT on the sector, “one of the biggest issues holding back sector development”. CFDG Chief Executive, Shirley Scott said: “It is vital that we iron out the details of the proposals and ensure that we get them right. If we don’t do this we actually risk damaging rather than raising public confidence. We hope and expect that CFDG will play a valuable role in further shaping and implementing the proposals, and in helping inform and educate the wider sector on how they can work within the newly proposed framework.” 14 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. CFDG welcomes Strategy Unit’s ‘Private Action, Public Benefit’ report The Charity Finance Directors’ Group (CFDG) has given an enthusiastic welcome to the Strategy Unit Report ‘Private Action, Public Benefit’.Following consultation with its 900 members, CFDG has supported the relaxation of the law to allow charities to undertake trading without the need for a separate trading company; welcomed the proposed creation of a Charitable Incorporated Organisation; and welcomed the recommendation for a standard information return (SIR) for charities with an income of over £1 million.At the same time CFDG has expressed some concerns about some of the proposals set out in Private Action, Public Benefit. In relation to trading, CFDG have expressed specific concerns about the proposed duty of care and the need to amend tax law to ensure that any amendments are tax neutral. Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 30 December 2002 | News
Defiant Detroit hotel workers on strike, Oct. 15.Some 160 hotel workers, including bartenders, servers, cashiers, bellhops, front desk workers and housekeepers at downtown Detroit’s Book Cadillac hotel joined the strike against Marriott on Oct. 7. Since then, members of UNITE HERE Local 24 have been walking the picket line round the clock. Altogether there are over 7,800 workers on strike against the Marriott chain, which operates Book Cadillac.“I’ve been here for almost nine years. In that nine years, I received a 60-cent pay raise,” bartender David Frasetto told demonstrators at a rally Oct. 9. “That was six years ago. Six years ago!” (Detroit News, Oct. 10)The theme of the strike is “One job should be enough.” Other union members at the rally explained that the pay at Book Cadillac is so little they have to work a second job. They complained that the Renaissance Center Marriott, tied to General Motors world headquarters, pays its workers $2 more an hour for essentially the same work.With room rates starting at over $500 a night, this hotel can well afford to pay workers enough money to allow them to get by with just one job.These Detroit workers are carrying on a long tradition of hotel workers on strike. In 1937, after the victory of the Flint sit-down strike against GM, workers at the Book Cadillac and other swanky downtown hotels won union recognition by employing this militant tactic. The bosses had to post a notice in the newspapers stating that the sit-downs had forced them to close their hotels.Strikers are determined to stay out until their demands are met.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
News Updates[Honey Trap Scandal] ‘No Need To Transfer Case To CBI’, MP HC Directs SIT To Take Appropriate Steps In Accordance With Law [Read Order] Sparsh Upadhyay5 Sep 2020 11:45 PMShare This – xWhile hearing petitions demanding that the infamous ‘Honey Trap Scandal’ of Madhya Pradesh be investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), the Indore bench of the Madhya Pradesh High Court on Saturday (05th September) said that the court was satisfied with the investigation being done by the ‘Special Investigation Team’ (SIT) and there was no need to transfer the case to the…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginWhile hearing petitions demanding that the infamous ‘Honey Trap Scandal’ of Madhya Pradesh be investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), the Indore bench of the Madhya Pradesh High Court on Saturday (05th September) said that the court was satisfied with the investigation being done by the ‘Special Investigation Team’ (SIT) and there was no need to transfer the case to the CBI.A Division Bench of Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice Shailendra Shukla said,”This Court has carefully gone through the entire cases referred by learned counsel for the parties heard learned counsel for the parties at length and no material was brought before this Court on the basis of which it could have been held that the investigation has not been done properly by the State of Madhya Pradesh. In light of the aforesaid, this Court does not find any reason to transfer the investigation to the Central Bureau of Investigation.”The Background of the caseThe petitioner, a social worker, had filed this present petition under Article 226 of the Constitution of India by way of Public Interest Litigation in respect of a crime, which took place in the State of Madhya Pradesh allegedly relating to some sex scandal (infamously known as ‘Honey Trap Scandal’).The petitioner’s contention was that on 17.09.2019, one Harbhajan Singh, Superintending Engineer, Municipal Corporation, Indore filed a complaint before the police authorities alleging that he was being blackmailed and a ‘Honey Trap’ gang is working in the State of Madhya Pradesh which is involved in blackmailing high profiles politicians, bureaucrats, businessman etc.It was further stated that based upon the complaint of Mr. Harbhajan Singh dated 17.09.2019, Madhya Pradesh Anti-Terrorist Squad and Crime Branch of the State unearthed the ‘Honey Trap’ Racket and on 19.09.2019, two women were arrested.Later on, total of six arrests were made by the police and the police had seized large number of electronic gadgets including spy-cameras, laptops, mobile phones etc.The police had also allegedly recovered videos and audiotapes relating to conversation with leaders, bureaucrats, businessman etc.The petitioner’s contention was that offence in respect of crime in question not only relates to blackmailing but it relates to money laundering and offences under the Prevention of Corruption Act as well as other crimes also.It was further stated that the influential people are involved in the matter, and therefore, the case should be transferred to the Central Bureau of Investigation.Arguments put forth by the respondents/stateThe respondents/state submitted before the court that after registering the criminal case in this Scandal, investigation was carried out, which was monitored by this Court and a charge-sheet has been filed against seven accused persons, who have been arrested so far and the case is still being investigated under the provision of Section 173 (8) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.The respondents also stated that during the course of investigation heavy cash amount was recovered from the possession of accused persons namely Arti Dayal and Shweta Vijay Jain and the information was forwarded to the Income Tax Department as well as to the Enforcement Directorate.The respondents submitted that the electronic gadgets, seized in the matter, have been forwarded to Central Forensic Science Laboratory, Hyderabad for forensic analysis and a report is awaited from CFSL, Hyderabad.The respondents also filed their replies to the Interlocutory Applications preferred in the matter by the intervenor and their contention was that they have carried out an investigation in a most impartial manner and they shall be taking further steps in the matter after the CFSL report is received.The respondents further stated that the entire investigation was monitored by this Court from time to time and question of handing over the case to Central Bureau of Investigation does not arise.It was also stated that after conducting an investigation, keeping in view the directions issued by this Court from time to time, charge-sheet has been filed and a progress report in a sealed cover furnishing all minute details has been submitted to this Court.In nutshell, it was argued that the entire investigation was carried out during the pendency of the present writ petitions and charge-sheets have been filed in two and it has been stated that after receiving the report in respect of electronic gadgets and the material which has been sent to CFSL, Hyderabad, as investigation under Section 173(8) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 is still in progress, the respondents shall be taking appropriate steps in accordance with law keeping in view the statutory provisions as contained under the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.The question before the courtThus, the issue before the Court was whether in light of the progress report, which had been submitted to this Court, the investigation of the case deserves to be handed over to the Central Bureau of Investigation or not?The Court’s observationThe court was of the view that this Court itself monitored the investigation of ‘Honey Trap Scandal’ and charge-sheets have already been filed. All minute details in respect of the investigation have also been furnished in the progress report by the SIT.The court noted,”The S.I.T. has also investigated into the allegations made by the accused persons / statements made by the accused persons in order to find out whether any favour has been done by any Government Agency of the Department on the basis of the so called sex scandal.”The court further observed that the S.I.T. has not received any material on the basis of which it can be held that the accused persons were helped by the Department of the Government in granting them contract or any other kind of favour.This Court perused the entire material/evidence collected by the S.I.T. in camera proceedings and was of the considered opinion that a fair and proper investigation has been carried out in the matter.After referring to various Judgments of the Supreme Court, the High Court concluded that the power of the High Court under Article 226 of the Constitution of India to direct investigation by the Central Bureau of Investigation “has to be exercised only sparingly, cautiously in exceptional situation and an order directing the Central Bureau of Investigation to conduct an investigation is not to be passed as a matter of routine or merely because the parties have levelled some allegations against the local police.”Most importantly, while referring to the Supreme Court’s Judgment in the case of Sakiri Vasu v/s The State of U.P. & Others (2008) 2 SCC 409, the High Court in the present matter opined that “a C.B.I. inquiry cannot be ordered as a matter of routine or merely because the parties have made some allegation.”In the present case, the court observed, a fair and impartial investigation has been carried out by the Madhya Pradesh Police.The bench said that the Court has seen the entire material while holding the proceedings in camera and did not find any reason for transferring the investigation to Central Bureau of Investigation on any count.The bench further said,”In the present case, no request of any kind was made by the State of Madhya Pradesh to the Central Bureau of Investigation. The State of Madhya Pradesh had carried out the investigation in a fair and impartial manner keeping in view the provisions as contained under the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, and therefore, no case is made out for issuance of an appropriate writ, order or direction, directing the Central Bureau of Investigation to investigate the matter.”Directions given by the BenchThe court in its order directed,”The S.I.T., as the investigation is going on under Section 178(8) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, shall be free to take appropriate steps in accordance with law the moment a report is received from CFSL, Hyderabad and shall also submit a progress report to the Principal Registrar of this Court in respect of further action taken in the matter.”The respondents / State were also directed to take all steps as provided under the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 for ensuring the arrest of other accused persons who are absconding and shall also submit a progress report in respect of the steps taken to arrest the remaining persons who are accused in the criminal cases and shall make all possible endeavour to conclude the investigation under Section 178(8) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 as expeditiously as possible.With the aforesaid, the present Writ Petition stood disposed of. The order passed by the Court in the present case will govern the connected writ petitions also, and therefore, the connected writ petition also stood disposed ofClick Here To Download Order[Read Order] Next Story
Pinterest Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic By News Highland – January 9, 2019 Twitter DL Debate – 24/05/21 Pinterest Google+ WhatsApp Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA WhatsApp Previous articleExcavations to resume in Milford area for missing womanNext articleInvestigation launched after property damaged in overnight fire News Highland Google+ Facebook Two Donegal men appear in court over Sydney murder Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR AudioHomepage BannerNews News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Nathan Kelly and Christopher McLaughlinTwo Donegal men have been remanded in custody after appearing in court in Sydney, Australia charged with murder. 24 year old Christopher McLaughlin from Malin and 21 year old Nathan Kelly from Glengad appeared via video-link in relation to the death of a 66 year old man.The pair had previously been charged with grievous bodily harm following an incident in the Summer Hill area of the city on December 29th.Police upgraded the charge to murder after the man died in hospital on Monday.Crime Reporter with the Sydney Morning Herald, Sally Rawsthorne has the details of the court appearance:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/syxdfsdfdsfsddney.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Facebook Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme
Palynomorph assemblages dominated by dinoflagellate cysts are described from seventeen samples from the Rabot Member of the Santa Marta Formation at Ekelöf Point, eastern James Ross Island, Antarctic Peninsula. Although the assemblages are of relatively low diversity, the dinoflagellate cyst taxa recorded indicate a mid to late Campanian (Late Cretaceous) age. Changes in species diversity, dominance and gonyaulacacean ratio suggest a gradually reducing distance from shore during deposition, with a return to more offshore conditions towards the section top. A new species of dinoflagellate cyst, Isabelidinium papillum, is described.