No, an Internet Tax Won't Save Journalism or Newspapers →

An editor at the Guardian argues that newspapers should be funded by a tax on internet service providers, because public journalism needs to be supported. But there are a host of flaws with the idea, including the fact that large newspapers are not synonymous with journalism.

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  9. blackrocket2000 said: Newspapers could learn from Apple Store/iTunes Business Model. Lots of relatively ‘low cost’ transactions add up. Rather than buying a monthly subscription, why not ‘pay as you go’. A small fee for everyday you login and read perhaps?
  10. pyrakantha said: For all it’s good, investigative reporting, the Guardian’s opinion pieces are usually poorly thought out.
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    Not to mention accepting tax money would make the accountable not to the consumers, but to government
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