Tech companies operate their businesses through URLs like google.com, which browsers are directed to via a Domain Name Server (DNS) which the user is directed to by their ISP. Get ISPs to count the number of referals and, above a certain threshold, charge the company that holds it a tax per referal to the URL. Failure to pay results in blocking of that URL in the UK.
Foreign (mostly US) tech companies such as Google bleed us dry. They take our valuable personal data out of the country, monetise it in their own countries, and rarely if ever pay the proper amount of tax. A URL is a storefront for a tech company - except they don't have to pay rates...