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Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Editorial

Climbing call for illegal POGO closure

THERE is an accelerating call supporting the closure of Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) operating illegally and without operating licenses. Law enforcement authorities have created a special task force dubbed “Skimmer” to dismantle unlicensed POGO hubs – nearly 300 by latest count – which will build on intelligence gathering operations aside from law enforcement. Brig. Gen. Nicolas Salvador, acting Philippine National Police deputy chief for operations, said the illegal internet gaming...

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