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Netflix Revenues Soar and Georgia State Wants a Piece with ‘Streaming Tax’ on Citizens


Georgia lawmakers worry that rural residents don’t have suitable access to Internet services. Their solution is to tax people who enjoy streaming services like those offered by Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu. The motivation for the idea may be based on fairness, but it’s already stoking concerns that politics are at play. Referred to as a digital goods and services tax, the idea is being proposed by the state House’s Rural Development Council. Its backers say the 4% tax would streamline the “deployment of wireless broadband.” A proposal could be dead upon arrival, however. A recent local poll shows the majority

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2019-02-13 12:15:37

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