Server Hangup

October 15, 2010 by USA Post 

Server Hangup, Online gamers both new and experienced were confused on Thursday afternoon when the search engine Yahoo has been for about an hour. The search engine is often used for players to find the best online casinos in the world.

“For a short period this afternoon, was inaccessible to some users,” wrote Yahoo spokeswoman Kryss Gunthrum in response to a question from eWeek. “We’ve identified the problem and are working to correct it immediately. We know that this may have caused some inconvenience and we apologize to our users who might have been affected. ”

Google and Yahoo are the two major search engines in the world and they are both widely used to obtain timely information. Online gamers in search of new casinos in particular use the search engine with the confidence that they will find what they need.

“When I started playing poker online I used the search engine Google to find out about the different poker sites online that were available to me,” said Jack Benson. “Now that I know all the sites, I do not use the tool again, but at first it was definitely helpful.”

United States, online gambling is still a taboo subject for many legislators. Although the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act was created in 2006, the law did nothing to criminalize online gaming for players. In addition, the UIGEA does not define what forms of online gambling are legal and which are not.

Paris sports online are the only form of Internet gambling that is universally accepted as illegal. Online lotteries have become an increasing trend and future, and they have caused U.S. legislators to look at the UIGEA and its value. This year he has been a push to eliminate the UIGEA and implement a system regulated Internet gambling in the country, but the proposal has not yet done so to the House of Representatives for a vote.

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