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Apple has had to face the music with anti-trust and anti-competition regulators and authorities. The US Federal Communications Commission (FTC) began an investigation into the inability to install Google Voice, a competing product to Apple's in-built voicemail product.
Google Voice has since been made available to install on iOS devices.
The European Commission regulators also questioned whether content was restricted to the iTunes Stores as a 'violation of EU free-trade legislation', landing the company in hot water over its closed system.
Even recently, Apple's subscription plans raised possible anti-trust concerns, with law professors piling up in their numbers to criticise Apple's allowance of publishers to sell subscriptions -- the main caveat being to only allow it through the App Store. On that note, there have been challenges between companies for the term 'App Store' and who should be allowed to use it.
There will be more on Apple's stance on the Adobe Flash platform later on.