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Netflix tax is go—but other online platforms get easy ride from the EU

(Source: arstechnica.co.uk)

As expected, the European Commission has nixed plans to impose blanket rules on Web-based platforms as part of its Digital Single Market plans—but Netflix, Amazon, and other on-demand video providers will face movie and TV quotas and a tax to help fund EU productions. 650 more words

Technology

Regina Mills/Evil Queen again

This one was done in prismacolor pencils on paper. I need new prismas, so if anyone would like to commission a piece of pretty much anything and support my artistic purchases that’d be awesome ;) The original is available if anyone wants it, and my commissions are open as usual. 6 more words

Art

Framed Art | Birthdays

Good day, m’dears. :)

For my first batch of pre-orders that I mentioned previously, I’ve got lovely people ordering the frames as birthday gifts.
I experimented with bright colours for this galaxy painting. 304 more words

Art

Some Blog Announcements

It’s been awhile and I feel it’s about time for some update on my blog. No, I swear it’s not because I’m running out of ideas for posts or anything. 547 more words

Announcements

Memorial Day Deal - 50% Commission


At Jayken Solutions, we believe the growth strategy for every company should involve men and women who are empowered financially. Often, financial growth opportunities are difficult to find and difficult to manage for many. 104 more words

European Parliament votes for hands-off approach to blockchain tech regulation

(Source: arstechnica.co.uk)

MEPs yesterday voted to take a hands-off approach to regulating blockchain technology.

In a move that received the thumbs up from finance commissioner Jonathan Hill, the European Parliament suggested that a “wait and see” approach would be more beneficial than suffocating the new tech with rules and legislation. 468 more words

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Netflix tax is go—but other online platforms get easy ride from the EU

(Source: arstechnica.co.uk)

As expected, the European Commission has nixed plans to impose blanket rules on Web-based platforms as part of its Digital Single Market plans—but Netflix, Amazon, and other on-demand video providers will face movie and TV quotas and a tax to help fund EU productions. 650 more words

Technology