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March 11, 2005

Tax on Music and Movie Downloads? Maybe Sooner Than We Think

A legislative proposal in Wisconsin is seeking to force consumers to pay taxes on downloaded music and movies.  This self-proclaimed "ipod tax" is so named because it is referring to the items available for purchase from Apple's through iTunes.  Some compare it to shopping in ordinary catalogs.  Read more about it in CNET.

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