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Illegal gambling sites blocked amid World Cup fever

The Greek policeís cyber crimes unit has blocked access in Greece to 23 illegal gambling sites that allowed users to bet on World Cup soccer matches.

Officers said that the sitesí servers were located outside Greece in places such as Britain, Belize, Austria, Malta, Panama, Russia and Israel and that they were breaking the countryís strict gambling laws.

ekathimerini.com , Friday Jul 11, 2014 (19:28)  
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