House bans Internet access tax

— 12:45 PM on September 17, 2003

The US House of Representatives has permanently banned any taxation of Internet use. All methods of Internet access, including broadband and dial-up services, and presumably access from Internet kiosks and coffee shops, will be tax-free under the ban. The Internet access tax ban doesn't, however, make the current moratorium on Internet sales tax permanent.

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