ID.me previously said it used one type of facial recognition, then its CEO just days later admitted it used another that is often tied to surveillance applications.
Multiple lawmakers had contacted the IRS with concerns over the use of ID.me.
A new Treasury report proposes a tax enforcement strategy that would bring cryptocurrency rules for businesses in line with cash.
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.