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Fresh on the heels of the U.K. vote to leave the E.U., its antitrust regulator has ordered Apple to pay the Irish government $14.5 billion in retroactive taxes due other nations. However, this action by the E.U. plays right into Apple's long-term desire to repatriate much of its more than $200 billion cash stockpile.
Rather than disclaim charges of human fingerprints on stories that it publishes or links to, it should defend vigorously its right to include in its "trending" section any news stories it chooses. While disputing the critique that its story choices skew left, it should make loud and clear its claim of exclusive authority to decide whether, where, how and when to publish content.