Facebook has warned that it could face a tax bill of between US$3 billion and US$5 billion over the transfer of assets to Ireland.
Microsoft has won a landmark victory in a case where it argued that personal data held in a subsidiary overseas was not accessible using a warrant issued in the US.
Facebook and accounting firm Ernst & Young have been accused of providing figures lower by billions of dollars when transferring intangible assets to the social giant's Ireland subsidiary.
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