Saturday is tax day for Internet shoppers in California.
Amazon.com, the world's biggest Internet retailer, began collecting sales taxes on purchases made by Golden State shoppers beginning at 12:01 a.m.
The tax ranges from 7.25% to 9.75%, depending on where a buyer is located.
Chatter on Twitter on Saturday morning showed mixed consumer reaction.
"It was a good ride," tweeted Christopher Ferebee, who identified himself as a literary agent and attorney in Southern California.
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