Spanish Constitutional Court kills the Catalonian digital tax

Finally, the Spanish Constitutional Court has sided with the Government and declared unconstitutional the Catalonian digital canon, a tax that the local Government (Generalitat) was charging to the Internet Service Providers operating in Catalonia.

Country: Spain

Domains: IG

Stakeholder: Judicial

Tags: court decision, Constitutional Court, Spain, Internet, digital tax

Posted on Tuesday 25 July 2017

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