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Is the IRS about to get too close for comfort? New reports brought to light by one privacy and data security expert suggest that this tax filing season the Internal Revenue Service may be monitoring social media for any clues of tax cheats.
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UK IRS do the same i know someone who had a small partime business and they got a visit from revenue
Its a shame that they dont look into the back handers of councillors who pass flood plains off as fit to build houses on ,and sit back and rake in the council taxes !
Kacey Jordan made $4,000 a day for a month. and now $1,000 per john, 5 johns a day.
So.. they are paying gov't employees to troll fb? Maybe they ought to look to the ppl offshoring $$.
Anyone dumb enough to post incriminating informaiton on FB and gets catch deserves to go to jail.
Taxation is theft.
Like getting Al Capone to be your lawyer
kind of a good thing i guess, itll catch those who cheat the welfare system..
The IRS is an illegally created institution. It shouldn't even be a thing, and now this?
Well I predict based on my made up algorithm that this should ruin Facebook the net and many cops.
time for a revolution; a very bloody one!
sinister excuse to investigate dissidents, employ & enrich parasites & well placed govt officials
yep all my friends quit facebook too :) everyone now knows it's really dumb to post anything on fb!
So glad I got rid of Facebook well over a year ago and never used twitter a day in my life.
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