Junho 17, 2020 | News


SAF-T of Accounting nicknamed "Big Brother Fiscal"

16/06/2020 – According to Jornal Eco, the CNPD sees flaws in the solution that aims to limit the transmission of sensitive data to the tax authorities.

National Data Protection Commission (CNPD) sees flaws in the solution aimed at preventing the Tax and Customs Authority (AT) from receiving sensitive data from taxpayers when submitting the SAF-T accounting file. In the opinion now published, the CNPD responds to a request from the Secretary of State for Fiscal Affairs regarding the new submission model for the SAF-T file, which aggregates personal information about suppliers or customers, which may include, as stated in the document, “Especially sensitive data” such as those on the bills for consultations or medical care.

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