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Internet Tax Freedom Act

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The Internet Tax Freedom Act was originally signed into law on October 21, 1998 by President Clinton.

It bars Federal, State and local governments from taxing Internet access as wll as such as bandwidth taxes, and email usage. It does not exempt taxes on Internet sales.

Congress has extended the ITFA three times.  President Bush signed  the "Internet Tax Freedom Act Amendment Acts of 2007,"  which extended the Act until Nov. 1, 2014.


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Further Readings 

Text of the Internet Tax Freedom Act available online at http://www.gseis.ucla.edu/iclp/itfa.htm

Library of Congress information regarding the Internet tax Freedom Act available online at http://www.glin.gov/view.action?glinID=203953


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http://lawbrain.com/wiki/Electronic_Commerce



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