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Mulai 1 Juli 2018, Pemerintah Uganda memberlakukan pajak menggunakan aplikasi chat Whatsapp karena dinilai tidak produktif. Dikatakan pajak tersebut senilai Rp 700 per hari yang dinilai berat bagi masyarakat Uganda
BBC News Indonesia @BBCIndonesia
#Video Relakah Anda bayar Rp700 per hari untuk menggunakan WhatsApp? pic.twitter.com/F5ffYjtgo9
AJ+ @ajplus
Uganda passed a new law that will tax people for using WhatsApp and Facebook on their phones. The country says it's an attempt to crack down on gossip. The law goes into effect on July 1. It's not clear how it will be enforced. pic.twitter.com/XNQb5Qo6E7
JN SHINEβ„’ @jn_shine
If you think life is hard, just remember that our brothers and sisters in Uganda are paying tax to use Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp and all social media Apps. 😐😐😐
amamba Caro's @AmambaCaros
*In Japan a 17yr old is a doctor* *in Brasil a 17yr footballer* *In India a 17yr shop owner* *In China a 17yr engineer* In Uganda 35yr old is a.. *whatsapp group admin* πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ *and he can't even pay the social media tax*πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜„..
Rosebell Kagumire ♉ @RosebellK
Social media tax imposed on July 01 in #Uganda has already taken down many small businesses run by young Ugandans. It is said Facebook/WhatsApp use went down by 75 percent. These are consequences of legislating in total disregard of citizen's rights #NoToSocialMediaTax
Ajay J. @newt_sch
@ajplus This sounds so good but I think governments should stay away from regulating the internet.
Chira y las princesas del podertz ( Ν‘Β° 3 Ν‘Β° )_/Β― @SummerShade4E
@ajplus Mexican mobile networks use proxies to quantify the individual use of WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, so operators can charge different rates
Mamet @Mamet_thereader
@BBCIndonesia Beruntung kita tinggal di Indonesia πŸ˜‰πŸ˜†
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