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Spain's new tax on linking to Spanish newspaper articles is ill defined and short sighted and ends up protecting a dying industry, while undermining a vibrant one. In fact, it makes no sense at all. http://bit.ly/1xXpBrs
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August 04, 2014 in Disruption, Internet, Journalism | Permalink
disruption, internet, links, newspapers, Spain, taxes
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