“The former prime minister Scott Morrison has joined the board of an organisation described as aligning with the “intolerant far right”.
Mr Morrison’s register of interests was updated this week to reflect a new position on the board of the International Democrat Union (IDU).
Transport giant Uber has blamed a collective known as Lapsus$, which has previously targeted Microsoft and Samsung, for hacking its systems last week in a breach that led to some systems being shut down and staff — including in Australia — being shown a lewd image of male genitalia.
According to the breach disclosure to the State Data Protection Inspectorate in Lithuania, where Revolut has a banking license, 50,150 customers have been impacted.
Based on the information from Revolut, the agency said that the number of affected customers in the European Economic Area is 20,687, and just 379 Lithuanian citizens are potentially impacted by this incident.
The editorial (“The RBA says it out loud: Raise taxes to fix the budget”, September 19) highlights the dilemma facing the Albanese government over the promised stage three personal income tax cuts while the Reserve Bank says that taxes should be raised. But most fair-minded Australians would agree that, whatever the situation when the original promise was made, the difficult circumstances of our current economic reality demand the tax cuts be dumped, especially when they will favour the already wealthy. Albanese can be forgiven for breaking an election promise for the benefit of the people as a whole.
‘Pretty creepy’: Agencies illegally obtained emails, voicemails and texts The Saturday Paper
John Inazu (Washington University;
The Government filed an FBAR collection suit in United States v. Leeds (Idaho No. 22-cv-00379-BLW), see TaxNotes copy of complaint here. The defendant “is the surviving spouse of Richard Leeds, named in her capacity as a potential successor-in-interest to the Estate of Richard Leeds “(Estate”) and/or as a potential personal representative or administrator of the Estate and/or distributee of the Estate.”
Daniel Shaviro (NYU; Google Scholar), Tell Me a Tax Story (JOTWELL) (reviewing Michael Keen (IMF) & Joel Slemrod (Michigan; Google Scholar), Rebellion, Rascals, and Revenue: Tax Follies and Wisdom through the Ages (Princeton University Press 2021)) (reviewed by Reuven Avi-Yonah (Michigan; Google Scholar), Steven Bank (UCLA; Google Scholar), and Frank Colella(Pace))
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