Electronic Dabber (Gaming Law) Law and Legal Definition
Electronic dabber is an electronic device that is used while playing bingo games. Bingo card faces that have been downloaded, as authorized by a bingo ticket can be managed by a player with the aid of electronic dabber. Electronic dabbers have to fulfill the legal requirements and is to be approved by the authorities. An approved electronic dabber can only be used by an organization conducting Bingo games.
The following is an example of a state statute (South Carolina) defining the term ‘Electronic dabber’ :
According to S.C. Code Ann. § 12-21-3920(20) "Electronic dabber" means a hand-held electronic device that allows a player to store, display, and mark bingo card faces that have been downloaded or activated as authorized by the bingo ticket. All electronic dabbers must be tested and approved by an independent testing facility to be determined by the department within forty-five days of a written request. All costs for testing are the responsibility of the manufacturer wishing to sell, lease, rent, or otherwise distribute the electronic dabber in South Carolina for the conduct of bingo. The sole and exclusive determination as to whether an electronic dabber meets the requirements of this chapter rests with the department in its sole discretion. If this determination is appealed, the promoter and nonprofit organization may not use the electronic dabber during the pendency of the appeal.
Legal Definition list
- Electronic Dabber (Gaming Law)
- Electronic Crimes Task Force
- Electronic Conduit Services [Banks & Banking]
- Electronic Communications System
- Electronic Communications Privacy Act [ ECPA]
- Electronic Data Exchange [Education]
- Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis and Retrieval
- Electronic Data Interchange
- Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) (Health Care)
- Electronic Data Interchange Agreement
- Electronic Data Interchange System