I've come across very FEW who posted the last time (or any time for that matter, so one should ASSUME (?) these are original from day one) the T&Cs were updated.
I did find one casino on the accreditted list, who has posted on their site, it is illegal to use/post ANY content about the casino on other sites without permission. This also pertains to using any direct links to their site. So, it may be a process of elimination on the players' part (if anyone is actually reading these) to figure out which casino this may be, since I'm not sure I really want to spend time chasing down their support via email to post them.
Although I live in one of the banned states, we too can boast of a few colleges. Cornell is 45 minutes from my home, Syracuse is 1 1/2 hrs from my home, we have SUNY Binghamton (although they are slowly making a mockery of themselves from their basketball shenanigans), big colleges in Buffalo and Rochester. So, if CWC wants to say it's because of being a "college" town, then they would have to ban the majority of the world as most EVERY country/state has some type of higher learning.
And I am pretty sure, that the majority of US friendly casinos are allowing players FROM the banned states to play. So, where does that put everyone? VWM, if you play at any CWCs you better hope you don't win, cause you may be banned/denied payment cause you have the Queen living up the road from you. ( a small attempt at humour)
Doesn't mean a thing. NO company can "censor" journalists in this way. They would have to launch a civil case for damages, and show that the actual content used was a breach of the law.
This is probably a defence against competitor casinos simply "scraping" their sites and using the content as their own - many rogue casinos have done this in the past, and even a few REPUTABLE ones have been "lazy" by using Cut & Paste like this, but forgetting to change all the references to the donor site to reflect their own.
It would also be used against review sites that passed off portions of their site as their own.
There is also the matter of defamation, where content is misrepresented out of context, or lies are posted about the casino. Posting defamatory remarks is NOT illegal in itself, the casino would have to challenge them on the basis that they are untrue.
Lord Jeffrey Archer got 2 years for trying to suppress a defamatory news story, and lied to the court by saying it was untrue. When it was proved to be true, he got 2 years for perjury.
Casinos taken to court should bear this in mind when considering telling lies in defence of a claim
Players also should not be tempted to lie about their claim, because THEY too could end up being charged with perjury.