We must hit delete on burdensome internet regulations
May 14, 2018
What is it about the internet that makes it so the government just can’t seem to keep its greedy paws off of it?
Every few years Congress makes a play to regulate and tax the internet, and free marketeers need to be ever vigilant in swatting them down.
First, we have the threat of a new tax on internet sales even when the company in question has no physical presence in the state. Forcing companies to pay for state and local services they don’t use:
Read more at: http://www.bostonherald.com/opinion/op_ed/2018/05/we_must_hit_delete_on_burdensome_internet_regulations
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