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Internet sales tax

The U.S. Supreme court refused Monday to hear a case by Amazon and Overstock.com challenging the state of New York’s ability to collect sales tax on items sold online. Good for them — and especially to do so on Cyber Monday.
Those that have lived through the technological revolution have watched the world change faster than at any other time in history.
Twenty years ago, when common Internet usage was in its infancy, it was reasonable to give Internet business a pass. Internet is no longer in its infancy. It is a mature, fast growing segment of society ...


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