In the year of 2015, technological enthusiasts will never forget the government's most well-known attempt to control and regulate the Internet. Most people believe that this is a government's first attempt at taxing the use of services created by private entities. The Internet plays a huge role in today's society, and without it many businesses would not exist. This would result in the loss of jobs.
As big as the Internet is in America's society today, shouldn't local, state, and federal governments take advantage of it? This audiobook identifies each side's compelling arguments, as well as the reasons for their stances on Internet taxation. The author possesses a bachelor's degree of business administration and an associate's degree of management technology.
Should there be an tax on using the internet? That is the question. Should the govt be able to tax a privatized system? There are two sides to this argument, naturally, and both are presented here. I would say that it seems as if Clinger has a preferred choice, but I won't say what it is. What I will tell you is that it is written fairly, and is highly informative, and can help to make you change your mind, or decide that you have settled onto the correct decision. In other words, if you are open minded it may shift your stance, but if you feel strongly one way or another it will only furhter entrench your beliefs.
Jeffries does a great job narrating. He keeps your attention, and presents all the information clearly. Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like Me will decide based on my review.
This audiobook did a great job at providing arguments from both sides. Great discussion occurred, and this audiobook definitely provoked thought that didn't exist before. Thanks for the intelligent listening experience!