A sign of the times: The UK government turns to Flickr to help catch £765m tax fugitives

A sign of the times: The UK government turns to Flickr to help catch £765m tax fugitives

thenextweb.com
New HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has posted to Flickr the photos of 20 individuals that have collectively defrauded the UK government of £765 million ($1.2 billion), BBC reports. If you’ve got a bad feeling about that new couple next door, you might want to check the HMRC photo stream to see...
A sign of the times: The UK government turns to Flickr to help catch £765m tax fugitives
                                       

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