Self-regulation is the process whereby members of an industry, trade or sector of the economy monitor their own adherence to legal, ethical, or safety standards, rather than have an outside, independent agency such as a third party entity or governmental regulator monitor and enforce those standards. In the Netherlands, the code of conduct for gambling advertising is an example of a well-working self regulation.
Self-regulation stands or falls with true adherence, transparency and the responsible behaviour by all affiliated parties. NOGA can be held accountable for the codes or conduct to which it has committed itself.
NOGA sees a moral obligation for gambling providers to voluntarily go further than legislation and regulations require and to really put consumer protection at the heart of all their actions. NOGA is committed to self-regulation and, of course, the ethical and responsible behaviour of gambling providers.
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