On the need for an internet tax


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2 Responses to On the need for an internet tax

  1. Brilliant tactic! In the absence of of matter, the void will be filled – the vacuum effect.

    Here in the ‘Great White North’ we are taxed on EVERYTHING, including our internet services, to the tune of 13% on every bill. That’s enough for me. If there is a specific site I want to use that I find valuable, it will either be paid for through advertising or through a subscription fee.

    Nothing is really free.

    • Interesting take on the five words. Actually, the words “this page intentionally left blank” is printed on every “blank page” that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS in the USA) prints on nearly every form booklet they have. I am speaking to internet tax here, while lampooning the IRS, one of my favorite institutions (see “Love Letter to the IRS”) because they are so doggone funny.

      But….I am sad to hear that you are taxed to the tune of 13%. Hungarians revolted against such a tax.

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