NY Post: Apple Music under investigation by New York Attorney General, subpoenas issued
Also being investigated by the New York AG is the Apple App Store where rival streaming services offer subscriptions to iOS users. Apple takes a 30% cut of the subscription fees, which is forcing streamers to either charge more for their service in the App Store, or accept a lower profit margin.
Schneiderman's office is talking to Apple's rivals in the music streaming industry, and the big names in the recording industry that supply them with content. The Attorney General says that "It’s important to ensure that the market continues to develop free from collusion and other anticompetitive practices." In addition to the New York Attorney General's office, the federal government is also looking into Apple Music with the FTC and the Justice Department talking to music industry executives.