First President of Poker Players Alliance Joins Age Verification Technology Firm

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Sep/11/2008

Michael Bolcerek, the former President of the Poker Players Alliance (PPA), a grassroots advocacy group of over 1M members, has recently joined Aristotle International as its Senior Vice President of Business Development for its world class Integrity(TM) product.

"Advances in technology enable effective age restriction for online activities such as online gaming, online lotteries, and social networks. In a non-invasive process that still protects customer information and security, Aristotle ensures that kids don't access adult-focused Internet sites and sites are provided with the most stringent financial anti-money laundering and identity fraud controls."

"The biggest issues that I faced in trying to achieve success at the Poker Players Alliance were two: Kids accessing on-line poker sites, and problem gambling. Aristotle addresses both issues with services that are now used by leading on-line poker sites both in the US and in Europe. The Integrity product is the answer for safe gaming and answers the social questions that continue to hamper political progress for the industry in the US and abroad."

Aristotle's Integrity service is used by top gaming sites, social networks, alcohol and tobacco companies, and financial service firms. By combining data from multiple sources, including government-issued IDs with sophisticated algorithms, Integrity is the most widely accepted identity and age verification service deployed for instantly verifying government-issued IDs for citizens of 152 nations. The service operates on a variety of platforms, including Intern

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