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The FCC Proposes A Wi-Fi Tax — For Real This Time

In the 1980s, rumors constantly circulated that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) intended to impose a “modem tax.” In the 1990s, this morphed into an “email tax” by the post office. In the early 2000s, the rapid growth of Wi-Fi spawned an equally robust Wi-Fi tax rumor. In all these cases, the agencies in question debunked these claims as urban legends and hoaxes.



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