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(VIDEO) NTU Panels on Internet Policy from 2012 Students for Liberty Conference


Increased Internet Regulation Not in Taxpayers Best Interest


February 24, 2012

This past weekend, NTU’s Pete Sepp and Andrew Moylan hosted two separate panels at the 5th Annual International Students for Liberty Conference to discuss Internet taxation and regulation. Experts from multiple organizations were featured.

The first video you will find below, dealt with the heated debate over internet sales taxes and why proposals based on the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement, like the Main Street Fairness Act, are not the right solution. The second focused on concerns over Internet regulation, and anti-trust motions being used against tech companies.

The bottom line for everyday Americans is new online tax schemes, and invasive internet regulation, must be stopped. Otherwise, our most vibrant facilitator of economic activity is in danger.


 

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