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A guide to why Amazon is losing the tax battle

A thoughtful post from Geekwire.
http://www.geekwire.com/2011/guide-a...ing-tax-battle

One important highlight: "Amazon has put no human face on its efforts. They’ve completely missed the opportunity to highlight hundreds of small entrepreneurs, bloggers and business owners who earn revenue from Amazon links. They could use these people as examples of who will be hurt in this fight....Amazon’s fast growth can be attributed in part to the vast participation in its affiliate program. Amazon links are second only to Google Adsense links on publishers’ sites. Yet, Amazon has not reached out to its base."
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