eBay is fighting for small online retailers by renewing its assault against a law that would charge tax on Internet sales. Your business should be concerned, too.
Analysis: E-commerce companies are no longer babes in the woods needing tax exemptions to get established.
Retailer says request for the names and addresses of residents who made online purchases is an invasion of privacy.
Would you prefer to save $40 a year in sales tax on purchases you made on the Web, or watch your house burn down when the fire department takes 30 minutes to get there?
The New York Times reports, in a story sorely lacking details, that it will charge 'frequent readers' for Web site access 'in early 2011.'
Court ruling could bring an end to tax-free online shopping.