The data protection Authority (ODA) announced on Thursday that it had " ordered the SPF to suspend access to its application Fisconetplus through a Microsoft account ". It is an interim measure, valid for 6 months, until the application is reviewed by the litigation chamber of the ODA.
In April 2018, The Evening was surprised of the obligation of any citizen wishing to update its tax database, for example by completing his statement, to connect to the SPF Finances with a Microsoft account. And, therefore, of yielding to the firm of Redmond for its data connection – e-mail address and password, history of sites visited, etc, A diversion of private data that the PTB Marco Van Hees had denounced with Johan Van Overtveldt, minister N-VA of Finance. Who had not seen malice, responding that " The obligation of creating an account is legal ".Date Of Update: 05 June 2020, 16:35