Canada US Joint Internet Authority

CANADA / UNITED STATES JOINT INTERNET AUTHORITY

Through joint resolutions of the US Congress and Senate and the Canadian Parliament, and the creation of the Canada / United States Joint Internet Authority, please be advised of the rules and taxes that will come into effect on April 1, 2012. This notice is given to all internet users, to ensure that these laws are understood and compliance is enforced.

  1. All images sent via e-mail or displayed on the internet will be assessed taxation based on the size of the image in kilobytes (1028 bits). The standard rate of taxation will be $0.01 per kilobyte. All internet users will be required to record all images received or sent and submit any amounts owing on a quarterly basis.
     
    • Exemptions will be made for:
      • images sent by healthcare professionals in the course of their professional duties
      • images sent to governemental institutions in response to or in request of services
      • Senior citizens, when the image is bilingual

  2. All messages transmitted will be assessed taxation based on the letter count of the message, with a standard rate of $0.00183 per letter. All internet users will be required to record all text received or sent and submit any amounts owing on a quarterly basis.
     
    • Exemptions will be made for:
      • communication by healthcare professionals in the course of their professional duties
      • communication to governemental institutions in response to or in request of services
      • Senior citizens, when the communication is bilingual

  3. Certain areas of the economy will be assessed at different levels. Examples are as follows:
     
    • Legal professionals will be assessed at a word rate rather than a letter rate, to simplify communication and to reduce billing
    • Religious institutions will be assessed at the regular rate but will be encouraged to apply for rebates based on their ability to postulate on the future.
    • Images of kittens and puppies will be assessed at 2.65 times the standard rate
    • Any communication that is forwarded more than 2 times will be assessed a penalty of 4.56 times the standard rates.
     

    The Canada / United States Joint Internet Authority is responsible for reducing the amount of traffic on the internet. The governments of both countries expect that these measures will reduce the traffic and the deficits with your help.

    Compliance is mandatory and fines and penalties have been set to enforce these new regualtions. We expect the citizens of North America to accept these regualtions with the understanding that we must do everything we can to move forward in these troubling times.

    Please direct any questions or concerns you may have to:

    CUSJIA-CANADA
    Premier D'Avril
    10412 Block C
    Ottawa, ON
    K1P 1J1
    CUSJIA-USA
    April Virst
    40112 Commonwealth Ave
    Washington, DC
    20004


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