The Colombian government plans to block online gambling sites and domains



The government of Colombia is about to introduce a black list of international gambling sites, making them unavailable to its citizens.

That means, no access to betting, poker and other such gambling activities that take money out of the country, and more money – allegedly – will be used to gamble in state-owned establishments.

Colombia’s official gambling regulatory agency has contacted the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology, to block 325 online gambling-related domains.

Some of these soon to be blocked web sites can be seen below:

That won’t stop Colombians from using VPN services, however, to circumvent the blockage imposed by the government.

For the full list, click here.

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2 Responses to “The Colombian government plans to block online gambling sites and domains”
  1. Dn Ebook says:

    Don’t worry you can still buy their cocaine online

  2. Eric Lyon says:

    I’m surprised it took them this long to implement such a block. Why am I surprised? Because there is an obvious hole in the bottom of the revenue boat for smaller countries that lose potential revenue to outside sources. That’s all cash that leaves the country and can not be used for development projects.

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