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Monday, July 12, 2004

N.H. proposal would tax chat rooms

How are they going to tax a chatroom? Here is a snippet:

The change would add voice mail, chat rooms, Web mail and instant messaging to a list of services subject to the tax. The current list includes fee-based services ranging from unpublished telephone numbers to dial-a-prayer services.

Carol Miller, president of the New Hampshire Internet Service Providers Association, said the rule would force Internet providers to somehow break out those services from the basic Internet connection. She said that would be a huge burden to providers.

Thanks for trying to increase the burden on people, NH govt. Like we aren't getting the shiat taxed outta us around every corner as it is.


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