Reply to post: Rinse/Repeat

Google faces another GDPR probe – this time in the land of meatballs and flat-pack furniture

Kevin Johnston


This could be a far more successful strategy that trying to put in place a 'digital tax'. While they may find lawyers able to weasel they way around tax legislation, they will never be able to give up the slurping as it is fundamental to their business process.

€50m every year for each country would easily exceed any likely tax income - win..unless you happen to be Google/Facebook/Twitter et al

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