As per Tax Justice, the global tax evasion problem is estimated at $12 trillion dollars, which is stashed in nations with tax evasion policies. Approximately 1000 deaths occur solely owing to tax evasion by major multinationals (Size of the Problems, 2016). This is a serious issue of ethics, where multinationals are operating in poor and developed countries which deliberately evades tax liabilities and results in deprivation to the country where they make profit. This is an outright injustice and a deliberate unethical act, without realising any responsibility towards those who silently suffer. As for example, one of the pioneer search engine companies, Google, has been battling a case against them for diverting $12 billion from Dutch arm to their Irish registered regional subsidiary (Chew, 2016). This created instant losses for UK and the EU who have now slapped anti-trust and money laundering lawsuits. Similarly, Apple is also charged for evading taxes and diverting it to Ireland where the Irish government has offered least taxes. Apple is alleged to have siphoned off about $8 billion in backdated taxes, which could be punished to pay with penalty. These technology companies transcend boundaries to expand their market and use regional resources to make humungous profit. However, pay paltry taxes in some case is almost nothing. This calls on the international taxing authorities to prepare a full blown war against these tax evaders, as technology companies often use intellectual property right as a farce and tool to further their profit motive and deprive the rightful money from poor and developing nations.