Investigations launched against Google, Apple and Dropbox for their cloud computing services

The proceedings relate to allegedly unfair commercial practices and the possible presence of unfair terms in the contractual conditions.

The Italian Competition Authority has launched six investigations against some of the main operators at global level in cloud computing services. The parties involved are Google (for the Google Drive service), Apple (for the iCloud service) and Dropbox, each involved in either a proceeding for alleged unfair commercial practices and/or infringement of the Consumer Rights Directive and one for alleged unfair terms included in the contractual conditions.

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