Bercy dreamed, it is now done and validated by the BoardFigaro
constitutional : all the data that you put online in a public manner on social networks may be extracted by an algorithm for the purposes of tax and customs checks.see also : tax Fraud: the tax department now has enough weapons
If you are a resident for tax purposes in a foreign country and that you post on Instagram photos of you in France very regularly, you may be affected. If you do not declare income but that you put a lot of ads on The Right Corner, you can also be of interest to the tax authorities for fraud in the income tax and the VAT by becoming a trader in fact...
of Course, this does not apply to the data posted in a personal way, that require passwords. Will be excluded the indirect collection, for example through the harvesting of comments or "tagage" on photos, etc, furthermore, the facial recognition has from the outset been excluded from the device.