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NEWARK - A federal judge adopted recommendations to fine three companies more than $10 million for infringing on a "Computerized Lottery Wagering System" patent.

Of 16 named defendants, New Jersey-based Lottotron requested damages solely as to iNetbet Internet Gaming Services, Trenan Ltd., and Winward Hall Ltd., the three defaulting defendants still offering online gaming in July 2012.

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