Pursat provincial authorities have launched a province-wide crackdown on online gambling after students reportedly starting missing school in order to play games, police officials said on Monday. “The reason we have cracked down on online gambling is because I received a lot of complaints from students’ parents and teachers,” said Ben Vanna, Pursat city police chief. He warned that any Internet shop allowing minors to gamble online would be shut down.
Net gambling under fire in Pursat
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