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Topic - Doug Oliver
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Bloggers in Philadelphia are upset over a city business fee that they say is an unfair tax on their Internet musings.
City spokesman Doug Oliver told The Associated Press that for people who blog strictly for fun, not profit, the license requirement doesn't apply.