Reply to post: Re: There is probably a reasonable argument

Facebook tells US tax bods: Swear to God, we were only worth $6.5bn in 2010 because we were menaced by... MySpace and smartphones

ComputerSays_noAbsolutelyNo

Re: There is probably a reasonable argument

True disruption.

Since, public companies have probably a stronger legal compulsion to report fact to their shareholders than to the general public and the tax-man. Hence, if the tax-man becomes an investor: think of the additional insight.

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