Free to Play Weekly - Could Virtual Currency Be Taxed? Ep 407
CS:GO introduces a new auto mute system and the IRS may be planning on taxing virtual currency. All that and more, I’m Ethos and this is Free to Play Weekly!
Free-To-Play Weekly with Ethos is your weekly web show about free to play multiplayer online games from MMOBomb.com. This show presents you with the most important news of the week about free-to-play online games and the latest releases, with a few jokes thrown in for good measure. Have fun and expect a new show next week!
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With that these internet companies have become enormously powerful and to that has thought to create its OWN LAWS. It makes the countries of the world who buy and sell online a total laughing stock of their own laws and they are just happy to be abused and used like pawns after all the 100's of years of trying make laws work they have failed so badly in this net arena that they are an embarrassment to themselves for not making any mark at all or curbing this abuse of their own laws and taxes.