Major gambling firms in Australia face growing scrutiny over their "predatory" efforts to keep people glued to slot machines after they were accused of allegedly spying on customers and tampering with their machines.
Australia has almost 200,000 slot machines. That is about one for every 120 people, higher than anywhere in the world, aside from the small gaming-tourism state of Monaco and the Chinese territory of Macau.
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