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Kentucky Judges Rule in Favor of Online Poker

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

KENTUCKY - As Reported by "The case involving the seizure and forfeiture of 141 internet gambling domain names reached a pinnacle on Tuesday afternoon. The Kentucky Court of Appeals
  overturned the actions by the State and its Governor, Steve Beshear, sparing the domain names in question for the time being. However, the case may be appealed to the State Supreme Court, although an official announcement by the Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet has not been given. In total, Tuesday marked a groundbreaking day for the Interactive Media Entertainment and Gaming Association (iMEGA), the Interactive Gaming Council (IGC), and all parties involved.

The Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the internet gambling industry by a 2-1 vote, with Judge Michael Caperton providing the sole dissenting opinion. On the outcome of the case, iMEGA Chairman Joe Brennan told, “We're really glad to finally put up a win for Internet gaming in the U.S. courts. We're really proud of the work our legal team did because it made up the entire case that the Kentucky Appeals Court based their decision on.” It has been an uphill battle for iMEGA, IGC, and the entire industry, which saw 141 of the world’s largest internet gambling domain names threatened.

The Commonwealth seized the sites in question on the grounds that they were “gambling devices,” similar to slot machines, roulette wheels, and other paraphernalia found in an underground casino. The Court ruled, “It stretches credulity to conclude that a series of numbers, or internet addresses, can constitute a ‘machine or any mechanical or other device… designed and manufactured primarily for use in connection with gambling.’” Therefore, the lack of jurisdiction by the Commonwealth of Kentucky to seize domain names took center stage in the Court’s eyes..."

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