IAB UK submission to call for evidence on the Gambling Act

Posted on: Thursday 25 March 2021 | IAB UK

The IAB has responded to a call for evidence made by the DCMS, as part of a wider review of gambling laws in the UK


The Government is currently carrying out a wide-ranging review of the Gambling Act 2005, and held an official call for evidence as part of this review. IAB UK made the following short submission, setting out some of the methods of targeting digital adverts away from children or other vulnerable groups that are available at each stage of the digital advertising supply chain.

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