In the year of 2015, technological enthusiasts will never forget the government's most well-known attempt to control and regulate the Internet. Most people believe that this is a government's first attempt at taxing the use of services created by private entities. The Internet plays a huge role in today's society, and without it many businesses would not exist. This would result in the loss of jobs.
As big as the Internet is in America's society today, shouldn't local, state, and federal governments take advantage of it? This audiobook identifies each side's compelling arguments, as well as the reasons for their stances on Internet taxation. The author possesses a bachelor's degree of business administration and an associate's degree of management technology.
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