Don\’t worry. tBut this tax should not apply to Internet usersbecause they are the only ones who can afford it. Only internet giants like Facebook and Google should pay it. Although it has not yet been decided, there is talk of such a tax being imposed on companies with annual sales or income exceeding 750 million euros (more than 19 billion kronor)
So far, it has been calculated that 7% will be voted and more than 5 billion kronor will be added to state coffers. Where this money will actually go is known to anyone with good judgment, and they do not want to see a penny of it. I meant this metaphorically, of course. My point was that this money would not be used to benefit citizens. If the state spent that money on Internet access, just do the math and see how much cheaper the connection fees would be.
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By the way, this tax is not that new. In France it is 3% and in Austria it is 5%. The United Kingdom has announced that it will introduce a digital tax starting in the years 2,000 and 20, with a rate of 2 percent.
Needless to say, there is such a huge difference because each country is based on different calculations and different criteria. So companies have to worry. Let\’s hope they solve this problem in a chancy way and don\’t charge us a service fee. Let us pray that their revenues are sufficient.
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The general public would certainly want to know if advertising revenue and user data sales are counted separately. However, the results would be adjusted according to the needs of the particular payer. If it is not the user, then so be it.
But again, I must warn you that some things can boomerang back and cause a lot of problems and difficulties. I hope I am wrong on this point. If not, Heaven have mercy on us.

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