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Hungary's Orban shelves Internet tax after demos

Hungary’s prime minister on Friday shelved plans to introduce an Internet tax that had sparked major demonstrations and further concerns about civil liberties in the EU member state. The new levy on online data transfers “cannot be introduced in its current form”, the right-wing Viktor Orban, 51, said in a morning radio interview. Orban also said that a “national consultation” on the Internet …

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