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Sexta-Feira, 13 de Abril de 2012 - 11:46:08 WEST
Portugal Is Considering a "Terabyte Tax"
An anonymous reader writes
"As a proposal to avoid becoming the 'next Greece', a Portuguese
opposition party has proposed a tax on storage. The party claims that
the tax will not effect the average citizen and is mostly levied at
business users, but internal storage on mobile phones means a 64GB
iPhone could be €32 more expensive. From the article: 'The proposal
would have consumers paying an extra €0.2 per gigabyte in tax, almost
€21 extra per terabyte of data on hard drives. Devices with storage
capacities in excess of 1TB would pay an aggravated tax of 2.5 cents per
GB. That means a 2TB device will in fact pile on €51.2 in taxes alone
(2.5 cents times 2048GB). External drives or “multimedia drives” as the
proposed bill calls them, in capacities greater than 1TB, can be taxed
to the tune of 5 cents per gigabyte, so in theory, a 2TB drive would
cost an additional €103.2 per unit (5 cents times 2048GB)."
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