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The Internal Revenue Service of the United States is reportedly still running Windows XP on its computers along with other auditing software that is at least a couple of decades old.
If you needed further proof that normal users don't think about computer security, look no further than this statistic: 65% of users who file taxes online do so using an open Wi-Fi hotspot.
Microsoft has been fined in China roughly $140 million for cross-border tax evasion in that country which is quite similar to that which was investigated by the IRS.
Microsoft is suing the IRS after the agency failed to provide information requested after the company filed a 'freedom of information' request for a contract pertaining to an audit.
The IRS has come out saying that the free lunches offered by corporations are a taxable event and that employees who take advantage of these services should have the value of lunch taxed.
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service admitted this week it will have to pay "millions" to Microsoft in order to continue support of its many PCs that are still running Windows XP after its cut-off date.