The August 2009 iAWFUL Top Ten Maine Predatory Marketing Law (10 MRSA c.1055) – What’s AWFUL? Creates an unprecedented prohibition on collecting information about and marketing to teenagers. Hotel Taxes on Online Travel Companies – What’s AWFUL? Travel sites are being threatened with wrong tax rate in the wrong jurisdiction. New Jersey Social Networking Bill (A 3757) – What’s AWFUL? It turns social networking sites into social networking police. New iTunes Taxes Without Legislation – What’s AWFUL? Discriminates against goods and services sold online versus offline. North Carolina Digital Downloads Tax Bill (HB 558/S 487) – What’s AWFUL? Discourages the Greenest Way to Purchase Music and Other Content. North Carolina Tickets Bill (SB 99) – What’s AWFUL? Taxes the Internet (and only the Internet) resale of tickets. Federal Bills on Organized Retail Crime – What’s AWFUL? They create extraordinary burdens on online marketplaces. Massachusetts Online Advertising Bill – What’s AWFUL? It threatens the viability of new business models on the Web. North Carolina Advertising Nexus Proposal – What’s AWFUL? Unconstitutionally expands sales tax burdens to out-of-state businesses. New York Online Employment Services Taxation Issue – What’s AWFUL? Discriminates against Internet services. Current iAWFUL List June 2009 iAWFUL List NetChoice Names the Worst Proposed Internet Laws in America.