Internet Tax Freedom Act


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Internet Tax Freedom Act

Legislation in the United States, originally passed in 1998 and renewed several times since, that prohibits state and local governments from taxing the use of the Internet. For example, states and municipalities may not tax e-mails or bandwidth use. The Act was intended to increase Internet use in the United States.
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Correction: A previous version of this story incorrectly said that the Internet Tax Freedom Act passed by Congress caused a $144 million loss in state revenue.
We are pleased to see another extension of the Internet Tax Freedom Act included in the omnibus legislation, however, we will continue to work to make this provision permanent.
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a co-sponsor of the original act, stated that "the Internet Tax Freedom Act is based on a simple principle: Information should not be taxed.
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In response to these concerns, Congress enacted the Internet Tax Freedom Act in 1998.
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