Actually, that’s not quite true. The law you cited makes it a crime to act as a payment processor if facilitating online gambling that is otherwise illegal under state or federal laws. Laws regulating gambling are usually handled at the state level. Those laws do not apply to 195 other countries or the other 6.8 BN humans on this planet – all of which benefit from secure encrypted internet traffic.
Within the US, advertising gambling can be illegal 0 but a disclosing a corporate sponsorship by a company that offers gambling is neither advertising nor the promotion of gambling activities.
Do you understand what censorship means? You are asking LE to voluntarily perform self-censorship on their speech by removing links to things that you find personally unacceptable.
There is no reference-to or promotion-of gambling activities; there is no advertising of gambling services. There is simply a logo and a link to a corporate sponsor of a foreign company.
In comparison, it is commonplace to see on tv corporate sponsorships and advertising by companies like ‘full tilt poker’ and ‘poker stars’, while it is illegal to gamble in the US on those sites.