15 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 547 (2004-2005)
Rolling the Dice: Are Online Gambling Advertisers Aiding and Abetting Criminal Activity or Exercising First Amendement-Protected Commercial Speech

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Rolling the Dice: Are Online Gambling
Advertisers Aiding and Abetting
Criminal Activity or Exercising First
Amendment-Protected Commercial
Speech?
Megan E. Frese*
INTRODUCTION    ............................................................................ 549
I. GOVERNMENT REGULATION OF GAMBLING AND
COMMERCIAL     SPEECH ....................................................... 552
A.   The Federal Government's Efforts to Prohibit Internet
G am bling  ..................................................................... 553
1.   The DOJ's Campaign against Internet Gambling
A dvertisers ............................................................ 554
2.   Federal Efforts to Enact Anti-Intemet Gambling
L egislation  ............................................................ 557
3.   Existing Federal Anti-Gambling Statutes ............. 559
a)  The  W ire  A ct .................................................. 560
b)  The  Travel A ct ................................................ 562
c) The Illegal Gambling Business Act ................ 563
d) The Aiding and Abetting Statute ................ 564
4.   Existing Federal Gambling Advertising Statutes. 565
a) The Communications Act of 1934 ................. 565
J.D. Candidate, Fordham University School of Law, 2005; B.A., Georgetown
University, 1998. I would like to thank Professor Charles Whelan, S.J., for his guidance
and advice. I would also like to thank the members of the Fordham Sports Law Forum
and Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Journal for their assistance
throughout the development of this Note. Finally, I would like to thank my family and
friends for their patience and support.

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