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EU Commission Proposes Principles to Regulate Online Gambling
EU Commission Proposes Principles to Regulate Online Gambling The EU Commission published recommendations to help gambling addicts and protect children. The European Commission published a set of principles yesterday in order to regulate online gambling in its member states. The Commission wants its members to apply the recommendations to their internal regimes in order to regulate online gambling in each country. “The objective of the proposed principles by the European Commission is to help gambling addicts and protect minors from gambling in its member states.” The safeguards are the result of two year’s work, but it all started more than ten years ago after the race was off. The primary principles include protecting minors from gambling online, providing more help to problem gamblers and ensuring that gambling ads be socially responsible. In addition, Brussels will apparently examine closely the newly proposed online gambling regulations by the Republic and make sure that they are in line with the recommended principles by the European Commission. The new legalization of the government aims at regulating online gambling departments like casinos, lotteries and online sport betting. New Legalizations Must Comply with the Recommendations According to a spokeswoman from the Commission, it was very clear and aware that the government is planning on introducing an all-encompassing eGambling bill in the near future. In her words, the Commission “will dully assess this at the draft stage”. Officials want to make sure that the new online gambling legalization compiles with the proposed recommendations. The document of the European Commission points out that the Republic has no official and specific regime to regulate online gambling, therefore, the upcoming legalization is designed to address this issue. Based on the document published yesterday, the principles of the European Commission are tailored to provide “uniform level of protection” within the union and its member states. The Commission fears that the new and improved technology makes online gambling more accessible to European citizens. People are attracted by the gambling ads from operators and spend a lot of money on gambling. Aggressive Sales Techniques Lead to Misinformed Choices The document further reads that there is harmful commercial communication going on. There are aggressive sales practices, as well as the manner in which all this is done, which results to misinformed choices resulting in minors under the age of 18 being attracted to online gambling. Brussels wants member states to make more serious and efficient steps and ensure that the age and identity of everyone who joins online gambling sites is verified. In addition, it wants rules that can guarantee that minors cannot gamble online and it also wants to reduce the contact with gambling through adverting. The European Commission also wants more measures to prevent problem gambling such as setting spending limits, alerts about winnings and losses and “time outs” from gambling online. Last but not least, there should be help lines and addicts should ban themselves from gambling sites easily. Employees of the online gambling sites should also be given appropriate training so they understand the risks and signs of gambling addiction. The options should be available when players decide to sign up with an online gambling site for the first time.
Comment on How to Recover from Reduced Functionality Mode (RFM) in Vista by Darren Havelberg
Comment on How to Recover from Reduced Functionality Mode (RFM) in Vista by Darren Havelberg Operating Systems Jun 7, 2007 My Digital Life Editorial Team 19 Comments How to Recover from Reduced Functionality Mode (RFM) in Vista Microsoft allows you to install and use Windows Vista for evaluation without license or product key for up to 30 days. Within these 30 days, you must activate the Vista system with a valid product key. Else, if you forget to activate your computer, or you’re using illegal and pirated product key, Windows Vista will go into Reduced Functionality Mode (RFM), where you basically can no longer use the system for productivity works until you successfully activate Vista with a licensed product key. Windows Activation Activate Windows Now Your activation period has expired and Windows is no longer working. To use Windows you must activate this copy of Windows. If you’re still not yet ready to activate your copy of Vista and want to further extend the activation period another 30 days, and also want to exit or recover from Reduced Functionality Mode so that you can continue using Vista without reinstalling, here’s a simple hack to crack the RFM. The trick is made possible by Microsoft which still allow users to use Internet Explorer in RFM (probably do so so that you will can buy a license online), which can be used to break out of Reduced Functionality mode by running an explorer interface to open an administrative level command prompt and run the commands required to reset your activation period and recover use of your computer and desktop. This crack RFM trick is simplified from previous recover from RFM guide to make it easier to understand. On the Windows Activation – Activate Windows Now screen shown above, click on Access your computer with reduced functionality option. Once the Internet Explorer loads, click on File on menu bar and then select Open on the pull-down menu. On the Open dialog window, type in C:\Windows\Explorer.exe and then click OK. Click OK button on “IE needs to open a new window to open this webpage” confirmation prompt. Click Run button on “File Download – Security Warning” dialog prompt. Click on Run button on “File Download – Security Warning” warning dialog related to unknown and not verified publisher. User shell will load, and the desktop, taskbar, start menu and etc will be restored. The computer has recovered from Reduced Functionality for this session. To permanently stop RFM to happen again, Vista has to be rearmed. Click on the Start button. Type Cmd in Start Search box. A program shortcut will show up in the Start panel search results. Right click on the shortcut and select Run as Administrator. In the Command Prompt window, type in the following command and then hit Enter: slmgr.vbs -rearm Restart computer. Related posts: SLA 2.0 Supported BIOSes for Instant Windows Vista OEM Activation Add Page Number (with First and Last Page) Navigation Link for Blogger (Blogspot) with Gadget Element and Manual Hack Reduced Functionality Mode (RFM) in Windows Vista Exit, Recover or Restore Access to Desktop from Windows Vista Reduced Functionality Mode (RFM) Related posts: SLA 2.0 Supported BIOSes for Instant Windows Vista OEM Activation Add Page Number (with First and Last Page) Navigation Link for Blogger (Blogspot) with Gadget Element and Manual Hack Reduced Functionality Mode (RFM) in Windows Vista Exit, Recover or Restore Access to Desktop from Windows Vista Reduced Functionality Mode (RFM) Darren Havelberg If chrome doesn’t work you can open internet explorer by running windows in safe mode with command prompt. Then in command prompt type “C:Program FilesInternet Exploreriexplore.exe” Notice the quotes in the path… This is required due to having spaces in the path names if on a 64 bit OS and want to run Internet Explorer in x86 mode just change the path like this… “C:Program Files (x86)Internet Exploreriexplore.exe” Then you will be on internet explorer! Triple Hi all, for those of you with Chrome as your default browser use the steps in Bootle’s post above. Thanks to Bootle I was able to open windows explorer in vista reduced functionality mode and navigate to cmd.exe. Don’t forget to also right click on cmd.exe and runas administrator before you then use the slmgr -rearm command Cheers Matt S Can someone tell me what to do once you have done it 3 times? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org ann what to do once u have rearmed thrice ? Snyder You can use another simple way to get the explorer in RFM: 1.Choose option access your computer with reduced functionality 2>The internet browser will appear. 3. Then choose option ‘save page as’. 4.Then select a drive, righ click and choose the ‘search’ option 5. Then the search window along with explorer will automatically come up. Bootle If you have the Google Chrome problem, try going in the options for it and selecting the Under the Hood tab. There you can Browse… to select a new Downloads folder. Right click on a folder in the window that opens and click Explore. This will open a Windows Explorer window and allow you to browse to system32 and open cmd.exe to run the rearm command. Worked for me http://rauldice.blogspot.com Rulas I find how to do it in chrome, in the bookmarks manager, try ti import some bookmarks, it will open a explorer.exe window =) http://juanderpulpinoy.com/ Jhelo Cruz This doesn’t work in Google Chrome. Even Oliver’s advise won’t work. Anybody here how to do this one in Google Chrome?! Thanks in advance! Olivier Good news !!! solution for google chrome : Open the downloads tab. try to open a picture or a pdf from the previous downloads. from there you can open in windows picture viewer the explorer.exe… have fun. Scott I am in the boat with Mielu – Google chrome is my default browser and for some reason it won’t even navigate to any website under reduced functionality mode http://www.yahoo.com Ibrahim52 Genius Post.Love it.Worked for me.You are just simply genius. Pingback: Slight Problem. – Toyota MR2 Message Board mielu i can’t do it under google chrome. explorer wouldn’t start ? any recommendations ? Mark Thanks buddy! Works in firefox 2 as well! yanin so the desktop and icons and toolbar are all restored, but the start button won’t open up. what do i do? thanks in advance. PB it didnt work 4 me. It said cannot rearm after I used the cmd. What should I do? spyker or just navigate to CMD in system32 run as adimistrator and use the normal command. 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