Microsoft has won a major legal victory, with a US court of appeals refusing to hear an appeal from the US Department of Justice into a verdict that said data stored abroad by an American company could not be searched by US authorities.
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.
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