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Italy's Competition and Market Authority has opened an investigation into cloud services provided by Apple, Google, and Dropbox.
The authority is seeking to determine whether the companies have engaged in unfair commercial practices. This includes failing to adequately inform users that their cloud data would be used for commercial purposes.
The Competition and Market Authority has launched six investigations against some of the main global operators of cloud computing services. The parties involved are Google (for the Google Drive service), Apple (for the iCloud service) and Dropbox, each affected by both a proceeding for alleged unfair commercial practices and / or violations of the Consumer Rights Directive and one for alleged clauses vexatious included in the contractual conditions.

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