When it comes to the gambling law in Malaysia, the line lies in a grey area. This is because when it comes to gambling, it is not legal.
However, that law only applies to landed casinos except for the Genting Casino. Online casinos in Malaysia are not illegal as there are no specific rules to address this issue.
Under the Gambling Act 1953, the government bans any type of gambling under this country’s law. This includes any form of communication, players, or private gambling houses.
While this law instructs on landed gambling, there’s no specific law to address online casinos. So online casinos cannot be considered illegal if they have a licensing body.
To a large extent, many online casinos are considered illegal only because they do not have a proper licensing body.
A valid licensing body is essential as it makes sure that players are protected from any mistakes by the online casino. Therefore this will create a safe environment for players to invest and play these games.
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However, we will not be able to identify you from this information as it is not personal information that’s being collected.
For the sake of enhancing the functions of the service and to provide you with the best user experience, we would collect any technical information transmitted by your computer.
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Other than that, we also collect information on your service uses as the user activity is performed such as the total amount of time spent on a particular page, online browsing history, clicks, actions performed, pages viewed and etc. This information is collected among many other things for research and analytics purposes.
We collect, remove, and de-identity the information collected by the services as this information cannot identify you on its own.
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By providing us your email address or comment with a name on that website, the website will collect this information and store it as personal information.
Other information in connection to this may be collected as well including the device information, internet information, and IP address.
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