House Approves Senate’s Ban on Internet Taxes
Thanks to Mike for sending me this link this morning: House Approves Senate’s Ban on Internet Taxes
In an unanimous vote (402-0), the US House of Representatives approved an extension of The Internet Tax Freedom Act yesterday, prohibiting local and state governments from collecting taxes on various Internet services, including email and instant messages. This is good news, as a taxation on these types of services would have impacted just about everyone on the Internet, and it would have caused some drastic measures to police.
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