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What is gambling?
According to Section 284 of the Criminal Code, public gaming is not permitted without official approval. Examples of gambling are: games in casinos such as roulette, baccarat, black jack, poker etc. and also lotteries, class lotteries (6 out of 49) etc. In addition to the basic condition that gambling is offered at all, two further requirements must be met:
Law on the admission of public casinos in Berlin:
In the strongly federalist system of the FRG, granting permission to operate a public game of chance is a national matter. For this reason, all countries have adopted legal standards for the operation of casinos. In the state of Berlin, this is regulated by the law on the approval of public casinos. This includes the number of casinos in Berlin, namely two, the granting of permits and their time limits, taxes such as casino taxes and additional taxes and the basic obligations of the casino operator.The rules of the Spielbank Berlin:
Section 10 of the law on the approval of public casinos also stipulates that the supervisory authority must regulate gaming operations. Among other things, this regulates:
Data protection is the protection of personal data from misuse, often in connection with the protection of privacy. The purpose and aim of data protection is to secure the fundamental right to individual informational self-determination. Everyone should be able to determine for themselves who they can make which of their data accessible to and for what purpose.