As more investors and criminals move to hardware wallets to secure their funds, the IRS is looking for new methods to access those wallets in criminal investigations.
Motherboard obtained IRS documents describing the sale of a database of smartphone movements.
A cache of documents shared with Motherboard show much broader interest from the U.S. government in using malware in criminal investigations.
The IRS used smartphone location data from a contractor to try to track Americans without a warrant.
His improbable victory came at a moment when his legacy properties were losing money and hundreds of millions in debt loomed over him.
Trump paid just $750 to the IRS the year he was elected. He paid a lot more to the governments of Turkey, India, and Panama.
A unit of the IRS previously bought access to location data harvested from ordinary apps installed on peoples’ phones to try and identify individuals.
The agency is offering up to $1 million dollars for developers who can create technologies to track Monero and Bitcoin Lightning Network transactions.
Maybe Don't Post Photos of Your Aston Martin on Instagram If You're Allegedly Stealing Millions From Medicaid?
Timothy Harron and his wife, Latisha, were arrested in Las Vegas and charged with stealing $13 million from North Carolina’s healthcare program.
Some People Who Got Stimulus Checks Aren't Thrilled About the Trump Campaign Letter That Came With It
Unhappy recipients of the letter took to social media to mock it.
“After the truth came out, I felt overwhelmingly violated and vulnerable,” the tenant told VICE News.
Up until Wednesday, the IRS used V-Bucks and Roblox's Robux as examples of virtual currencies that taxpayers should declare. Now, nobody knows what's going on.