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Firefox maker Mozilla will cough up $1.5m after it came under scrutiny for insisting it shouldn't pay tax on the vast revenue it gets from Google. The non-profit organisation had argued that the search engine's contributions are royalties and therefore non-taxable. But on Saturday, Mitchell Baker - who is chairman of the …

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  1. hitmouse

    They should be thanking Microsoft for minimising their tax bill by forgetting to keep the browser selection page in operation.

  2. Turtle

    "Mozilla won tax-exempt status in 2003."

    "Mozilla won tax-exempt status in 2003."

    A good example of one of the stratagems that the wealthy use to avoid paying taxes. Charitable foundations and tax-exemptions are the biggest fraud in this country.

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