PayPal has been directed to hand over information regarding its Canadian business holders to the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA). The digital payments giant announced that it has been served with a federal court order to disclose relevant information within 45 days to the CRA, information that identifies account holders and describes the total amount and number of payments sent or received between January 1, 2014 and the end of last week. The reasoning behind the court order is for the Canadian government to ensure that the individuals and corporations using PayPal are complying with their tax obligations.