After expanding its domestic SIM plans to include global coverage, mobile data provider Globalgig has made the next logical step, moving into duty-free stores in three major Australian airports.
European Commission says the 1996 language of the Information Technology Agreement, which keeps many IT products duty-free, needs to be updated "for the 21st century."
Is this the end of the Net's status as a largely duty-free zone? Perhaps. At the least, it complicates the already controversial debate about online taxes.