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French Regulator May Seek More Powers Over Gambling Ads
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France, GambleAware Studies Raise World Cup Addiction Concerns
French Stakeholders Agree To Limit Advertising
Research & Reports
Interactive Map: Gambling Advertising Across Europe
EU Online Gambling Outlook 2020
Despite the fact that EU countries are generally some of the most mature markets when it comes to regulating online gambling, a few have yet to issue any licences. In Germany, the latest amendments to the gambling regulatory framework entered into force at the beginning of 2020, allowing for an unlimited number of online sports-betting licences to be issued straightaway.
Special Report: Global Approaches to Sports-Betting Rights & Integrity Fees
France: Decree to Apply Data Processing Law Published in Official Gazette
On May 30, 2019, Decree No. 2019-536 of May 29, 2019 taken for the application of Law No. 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to data processing, files and freedoms was published in the official gazette, and is part of the country's implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Key measures can be summarised as follows:
France: Law to Transpose 5th AMLD Published in Official Gazette
On May 23, 2019, Law No. 2019-486 of May 22, 2019 on the Growth and Transformation of Enterprise (loi PACTE) was published in the official gazette. This law aims to empower businesses to innovate, transform, grow and create jobs. As such, the content is various and regulates social thresholds, incentives and employee savings, social interest of the company, pension savings, as well as a new tax policy focusing on investment to strengthen economic growth.
The following two key points are detailed: