The inland revenue has a variety of systems, frauderegistratie be stopped because they are not complying with privacy laws. This confirms a spokesman for the department of NU.nl after notification of the NRC.
From the examination of the articles, it would appear that the services do not conform to the provisions of the General data Protection Regulation (the AVG).
The Irs allows the use of various automated systems in order to fraud risk to taxpayers in the future. In February, the system will be stopped, because it wasn't up to par with the AVG.
With the help of this system, which had been for twenty years, are some 180,000 taxable as a potential attacker as possible. It is unclear if the existence of con artists.
in Addition, the data have to be stored for a long time, and that they were accessible to the civil servants who do not have nothing to do. Those of you who are, if possible, he was designated, and knew nothing of it, but it could be, for example, charges may be denied.
as a result of the termination of the system, and in February, the ministry of Finance commissioned KPMG to investigate the Tax and customs administration for more frauderisicosystemen that does not comply with the rules.
The results of this study have led to the fact that the two secretaries of state, of Finance, Hans Vijlbrief, and Alexandra van Huffelen) and have decided to take the systems down. The two ministers will inform the Second Chamber on Friday about the findings of the KPMG report.