Casino Sent Promotional Mails to Problem Gamblers Because of Software Glitch

caesars-atlantic-city-75x58Caesars Interactive Entertainment in New Jersey had a software glitch that caused e-mails with promotional material to be sent to players with addictive gambling problem even though they registered themselves on the do-not-sent e-mail list. The company said in a statement that this was caused by a back-end software issue and it wasn’t intentional. Because of the software problem, 250 addictive gamblers where sent e-mails with promotional offers during a three and a half month period. The DGE in New Jersey fined the company $10,000 for the software glitch incident.

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