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Search Engines Ending U.S. Online Casino Ads

Google and Yahoo, two of the most widely used Web search engines, have decided to stop running advertisements for online casinos, a shift that could slow the growth of Internet gambling.

The move, which the companies said would go into effect by the end of April, comes as U.S. prosecutors are threatening action against American companies that do business with Internet casinos based abroad.

The prosecutors are arguing that the American companies are "aiding and abetting" offshore Internet casinos, whose operations are illegal in the United States. Prosecutors started a grand jury investigation last year, issuing subpoenas to American broadcasters, publishers and Web sites that run advertisements for the casinos.

Executives from Yahoo, based in Sunnyvale, California, and Google, based in Mountain View, California, declined to say whether they had been subjects of the investigation. The fact that both companies announced the change in policy on Friday appeared to be coincidental.

Jennifer Stephens, a spokeswoman for Overture, a Yahoo subsidiary that sells paid sponsored links for Yahoo, said the policy change was the result of a "lack of clarity" in the legal and regulatory environment.

Overture also provides advertising links to MSN, the Internet access division of Microsoft. Stephens said that it would no longer provide casino advertising to MSN, and MSN confirmed that it would, as a result, stop running the advertisements.

Stephens said Yahoo would cease running casino advertisements on its U.S. Web site but would continue them on Web sites published in dozens of countries where Internet casinos are legal.

Google executives said they would stop running Internet gambling advertisements in all markets.

A spokeswoman for Lycos, another large search engine, also said the company decided in the past few months to stop running gambling advertisements, but declined to give details.

Read the entire article at: International Herald Tribune 

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