According to Reuters, Facebook had to pay 104 million euros ($ 123 million) in taxes, including a € 22 million fine. The case involves Facebook paying taxes before 2018.The French Internet Association said in 2018, Facebook collected data about non-users without their consent and illegally limited its liability for personal information. The NGO stated that Facebook over-collects users' political opinions, religious beliefs and sexual orientation, in violation of EU privacy laws. In this regard, Facebook has yet to respond and the French Ministry of Finance said it will not comment on individual tax cases. Facebook was previously fined $ 160,000 by France for failing to protect user data.Facebook was also fined £ 500,000 ($ 649,000) for its role in a scandal involving Cambridge Analytica, the political company hired by President Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, which has access to access to the personal data of millions of Facebook users. In another development, the Indonesian tax authority has added a number of businesses to the 10% VAT list, which is Facebook, TikTok, Apple, Walt Disney (Southeast Asia) and Amazon's subsidiaries. Facebook said it will comply with the new Indonesian regulations and start to pay VAT starting September 1, 2020


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