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Supreme Court ruling means you'll pay more for online shoppingFrom The 3:59 show: The ruling on Thursday allowed for states to start charging taxes for sales online
[MUSIC] Also the Supreme Court decided today that states can charge you for sales taxes online, even if the place you're shopping from doesn't have a physical location in that state, which was a ruling from a 1992 case that essentially had set the precedent for about like more decade. Long time. What this really means for you and what you really need to know is that you'll probably be paying more for stuff you buy online now which I'm sure no one is a fan of. Well there's that loop hole they are closing where if somebody is in a different state and you buy something they don't know which state to charge your sales tax so they don't We knew this new poll would close eventually. Yeah, and just wanted to include this in breaking news this morning: Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, resigned after the company's board learned of a consensual relationship with an Intel employee. The company's chief financial officer, Robert Swan, will be stepping in while they search for a new CEO. That's all the time we have for this show today. If you liked what you heard, check us out on CNET. I'm Alfred Ang. Dan Ackerman. Thanks for listening.