Google, facebook and Starbucks all use tax havens to minimized their taxable income. But there's a growing movement on the part of big countries to collect more off the profits that are made within their borders.
German journalist Richard Gutjahr has long been fighting back against the online harassment directed at him and his family. Now there are new anti-abuse laws and internet support groups backing him.
G7 countries and leading technology companies including Google, Facebook and Twitter have agreed to work together to combat online terror propaganda. The accord is aimed at blocking jihadi content online.
European finance ministers are worried. They say the United States' big tax reform bill contains measures that would unfairly disadvantage European business and contravene global fair-taxation rules. Are they right?
A French court has ruled that the internet giant is not liable to pay more than one billion euros on profits channeled through its subsidiary in Ireland - a favorite among multinationals seeking lower taxes in the EU.
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