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Technology is complicating laws and undermining legal precedent. The Internet has redefined the meaning of interstate commerce, which is integral to the US Constitution. The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) in its 1992 Quill Corporation vs. North Dakota decision set a ‘property or employee’ standard to limit State taxation of interstate commerce. The Quill decision has been largely overturned. There will be many more cases related to technological advances in c