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Following the vote of the Spanish Gambling Law in May 2011, the following draft Royal Drecree enlists the IT requirements that online gambling operators will have to comply with to obtain a license agreement in Spain.
The document is translated by Dictao, a leading trust architect and security compliance services provider for online gaming operators.
(...) "technical gaming systems will have to guarantee, amongst other things:
a. Confidentiality and integrity in communications
b. The identity of participants, in the case of games developed by telematic and interactive means, as well as the verification, in the terms established in this Royal Decree, that they are not included in the Register foreseen in article 22.1.b) of Act 13/2011, of May 27th, on gaming regulation.
c. Authenticity and count of bets
d. Control over their correct operation
e. Compliance with the subjective prohibitions regulated in article 6 of Act 13/2011, of May 27th, on gaming regulation
f. Effectiveness of controls regarding game time duration, maximum amount wagered or use of self-exclusion options, amongst other measures, which might be demanded by the National Game Commission in relation to the development of games or their exercise modalities.
g. Exclusive access to computer system components by the authorized staff of the National Game Commission or any other competent authorities, in the conditions
that the latter may establish.