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An Italian anti-competition probe is examining the business practices of Google, Apple, and Dropbox.
- Italian authorities have raised concerns about the cloud storage services provided by Apple, Google, and Dropbox.
- They allege that in addition to engaging in anti-competitive practices, user data they store has been collected and used for commercial purposes.
- The Italian Competition Authority also believes the terms of service which must be agreed with to use their products contain "unfair clauses".
- Amazon and Apple offices in Italy were raided earlier this year as part of a separate anti-trust investigation into the sale of headphones.
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