Digital goods

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Digital goods or e-goods are intangible goods that exist in digital form.[1] Examples include digital media, such as e-books, downloadable music, internet television and streaming media; fonts and graphics; digital subscriptions; online ads (as purchased by the advertiser); internet coupons; electronic tickets; online casino tokens; electronically traded financial instruments; downloadable software and mobile apps; cloud-based applications and online games; and virtual goods used within the virtual economies of online games and communities.

Special legal concerns regarding digital goods include copyright infringement and taxation.

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  1. ^ "Digital Goods". Webopedia. Retrieved 23 March 2013.