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Europe rules e-books won't get tax breaks like paper books

Discussion in 'Book and Publishing News' started by sparkchaser, Mar 5, 2015.

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Who's to blame for this nonsense?

  1. Beer good. Definitely him.

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  2. Stewart.

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  3. That pesky sparkchaser.

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  1. sparkchaser

    sparkchaser Administrator and Stuntman Staff Member

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    File this under things that make you go wait, what?

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    In Portugal they want to pass a law that makes you pay a special tax when you buy any kind of device that permits you to store data (CDs, DVDs, hardrives or even cell phones) because it may be used to store illegally obtained content. So even if you just want to store the family photos you took on holiday on a CD, you'll still be paying the piracy tax. The way I see it, if I'm paying for it, you can be darn sure I'm going to be using torrent sites a lot more...

    Also, I'm blaming you.
     
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