100_amazon.jpgOnline book-selling monolith, Amazon.com, isn’t happy with the NY’s newly changed tax law that now requires “out-of-state internet retailers to collect sales taxes if they have a physical presence in the state.” Even though Amazon only sells its goods online, the state is claiming that the retailer’s “associates” program—whereby blogs and websites receive 10% in exchange for creating links that refer readers to buy the company’s stuff—are “considered sales representatives under the new law” and therefore Amazon must collect sales tax. |BizJournals|