Apple and Ireland have decided to appeal against the European Union's order in August that the software company pay back taxes of €13 billion (A$19.73 billion).
The US Department of Justice has, as expected, challenged Microsoft's victory in a case where it successfully fought the notion that data held in an overseas location is subject to US court orders.
The European Union's move to demand that Apple pay €13 billion in back taxes was sparked by an investigation that began initially in the US, according to EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager.
Disgusting, uncivilised, thugs.
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I agree. If we could shop for groceries online we'd have no need to leave the house. Bloody ridiculous.