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New York congressman writing bill to curb sports betting ads, ban use of artificial intelligence

Updated:2024-06-18 11:33    Views:71

A New York congressman is fine-tuning soon-to-be-introduced federal legislation that aims to curb some of the more problematic elements associated with regulated sports gambling.

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US Rep. Paul Tonko said the SAFE Bet Act will address several issues, including deceptive marketing tactics, artificial intelligence and fiscal safeguards, all of which are relevant to legal sports betting in New York.

According to reports, Tonko, an eight-term Democrat representing the state’s 20th District, intends to introduce the bill later this year.

“We put a framework out, now we are wordsmithing it,” Tonko said recently at an event in Saratoga Springs. “We are networking with folks to make certain we get (the SAFE Bet Act) exactly as we intended.”

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