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Looks like it is. What is the confusion? it says so right on the membership page.
I'm not sure what it is you want Apple to do. Are you saying there should be no explanation of the service? People shouldn't know what they are paying for?
It says that iTunes Match is independent of apple music in other words if you don't have a subscription service you can pay the fee for iTunes Match. Do you have iTunes Match? Did Apple contact you & tell you it has been cancelled. THE SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE (MEMBERSHIP): What happens to my iTunes library?Your iTunes library is still yours. You can access your entire collection from Apple Music or the iTunes app on Mac or PC.How does Apple Music know what songs are in my...
 Look here and then see if this clears it up for you: http://www.apple.com/music/membership/If not call someone who gives a shit DB.  
Maybe...but the info is easy to find.
Go to apple's site click on MUSIC on the nav bar at the top. Pretty straight forward from there.
http://www.apple.com/music/membership/ The product name iTunes Match is not mentioned with the streaming service. Your personal library (including songs that you ripped) is part of the deal when you pay a membership fee. It get's uploaded to iCloud. iTunes Match is an independent but complimentary service to the non-subscription service. It's pretty understandable when you read the questions at the bottom.
You can easily find this info (iTunes Match) on their site. Are these people unaware of Apple having a site or how to find info on the internet?
I basically did.
Are you talking about taxation issues? If so, that could also apply to corporations and other entities.
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