CSI Las Vegas: Privacy, Policing, and Profiteering in Casino Structured Intelligence

3 UNLV Gaming Law Journal 39 (2012)

20 Pages Posted: 13 Jul 2014

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Jessica Gabel Cino

Georgia State University - College of Law

Date Written: 2012

Abstract

Casinos are powerhouses of information gathering and distribution and use their surveillance activities to police, protect, and profit. The private information does not exist in a vacuum; casinos share it with other casinos and, in some cases, law enforcement. But who protects the consumer in the event that the information is breached or the company is sold or files for bankruptcy? Are there restrictions on the information that casinos may share with law enforcement? This Article argues that the intricate, vast amounts of consumer information compiled through casino structured intelligence ("CSI") require greater protection and oversight in the contexts of both bankruptcy and law enforcement.

Keywords: CSI, privacy, information databanks, personal information, casino security, bankruptcy, information sharing, intelligence gathering

Suggested Citation

Cino, Jessica Gabel, CSI Las Vegas: Privacy, Policing, and Profiteering in Casino Structured Intelligence (2012). 3 UNLV Gaming Law Journal 39 (2012), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2465185

Jessica Gabel Cino (Contact Author)

Georgia State University - College of Law ( email )

P.O. Box 4037
Atlanta, GA 30302-4037
United States

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