On topic: Tech news to know now

Here’s what’s on the Monday menu.

Apple and Ireland agree to terms in case in which EU wants company to pay Ireland $15 billion in back taxes; Apple to begin payments next year. (WSJ)

Silicon Valley tech CEOs are in China to talk their commitment to that nation amid tighter internet controls there. Tim Cook, Sundar Pichai, Chuck Robbins are there. (WSJ)

Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Microsoft say they have identified and removed 40,000 terrorist videos and images, logged them in their shared database — which LinkedIn, Snap and Instagram are joining. (Bloomberg)

Apple’s Jony Ive is sensitive to criticism of Apple Park: “I know how we work, and you don’t.” (Business Insider)

Uber’s use of encrypted messaging (Wickr) may set legal precedents. (Reuters)

Australia to probe Facebook, Google over media disruption. (Reuters)

ICYMI: Elon Musk says he plans to send a Tesla to Mars. (Washington Post)


Photo: EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager gives a press conference on Aug. 30, 2016 in Brussels to order Apple to pay back taxes to Ireland. (John Thys/AFP/Getty Images)



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