Both agencies have received complaints about Apple’s new iPhone policy, according to a person briefed on the matter, who asked to remain anonymous because he was not authorized to speak about it. In such situations, the agencies typically negotiate with each other to determine which one will initiate an inquiry.
I saw rumblings of this yesterday on the NY Post, but the Post being what it is I had decided not to post it. Now the NY Times and WSJ are reporting this. Don’t be too concerned as these are lengthy processes and do not always result in anything happening.