About Carl Szabo
Carl Szabo is an expert in communications and Internet policy. As Policy Counsel, he analyzes tech-related legislative and regulatory initiatives relevant to online companies.
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BNA Bloomberg – Wyoming Boots Up Online Sales Tax Lawsuit, Joins Four Others Steve DelBianco, executive director of NetChoice, said Wyoming won’t be able to compel online retailers to collect the tax while the case is litigated. The law originally required retailers to commence complying on July 1. “By operation of the underlying statute, enforcement […]
The Internet has democratized access to information and delivered a dazzling array of free online services, like search, news, maps, and social media. But imagine a world where the next time you use a search engine, instead of seeing results, you see a requirement to enter a credit card. Or the next time you visit USA […]
Technology has given us more freedom to choose the way we work, live, travel, and shop. But many Americans are hitting bureaucratic roadblocks on their way find full-and part-time work with peer-to-peer services like Lyft, Postmates, and Handy. These roadblocks are not just bad for workers, but also for consumers, commerce, and the tax revenue […]