bs0d3 writes: A new tax in France is aimed at ISPs. The new government tax on isps is to help pay for the CNM (Centre National de la Musique). Already in France there is a tax on tv, to pay for public access channels. It's similar to the tax in the United kingdom which pays for the BBC. This isp tax will be the musical equivalent to that. President Sarkozy comments, "Globalization is now, and the giants of the internet earn lot of money on the French market. Good for them, but they do not pay a penny in tax to France." This all began after the music industry accused French ISPs of making billions of dollars on their backs. Now the music industry must also get their hands in their pockets.
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