Pig Hogger writes "A meeting of World Trade Ministers would seem to propose an 18 month extension of the duty break that currently applies to cyberspace. But the fact is, the duty break only applies to what is transmitted electronically, so therefore imposing duties on such would essentially be unenforcable by customs officials... However, it is being proposed by the US that such a duty exemption be extended to the 'physical equivalent' of goods such as digital music and software. Can you spell MEDIA?" The story's from Fox News.
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