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The Web: Tax policies far from settled
02 Dec 2004
Great story about tax-free Internet.
By Gene J. Koprowski
UPI Science News

Published 12/1/2004 10:08 AM
CHICAGO, Dec. 1 (UPI) -- President Bush is expected to sign the Internet Tax Nondiscrimination Act soon, which will ban federal and state tariffs on almost all online connections -- from dial-up to broadband -- for the next four years. Technology and legal experts told UPI's The Web that the bill, while important, far from settles the government's Internet policy."This foreshadows a more important debate," said Adam Thierer, director of telecommunications studies at the Cato Institute, a free market think tank in Washington D.C. -- The Web is a weekly series by UPI covering the technological, cultural and social impact of the World Wide Web. E-mail sciencemail (at) upi.comCopyright © 2001-2004 United Press International
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