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California Governor Jerry Brown Signs Net Neutrality Law

3 monthes ago   |   By Inquisitr

California Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation to restore net neutrality in the state late Sunday, Reuters reports.
Previously approved by the state Assembly and Senate, despite protests from internet service providers and cable lobbyists, California's net neutrality rules are thought to be the strictest in the United States, according to Ars Technica .
“While the Trump administration does everything in its power to undermine our democracy, we in California will continue to do what's right for our residents,” Senator Scott Wiener, the author of the bill signed into law, said.
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California Governor Jerry Brown signs net neutrality into law; Trump administration sues

California Governor Jerry Brown signs net neutrality into law; Trump administration sues

3 monthes ago   |   By Phone Arena

With a swipe of his pen, California Governor Jerry Brown made net neutrality the law in California. That means that ISPs and wireless carriers must treat all streams of content the same. For example, Netflix can't pay AT&T money to have its content sent through a "fast lane." In addition, no content can be banned just because it conflicts with the philosophical leanings of a wireless provider. California's law also adds something that the original net neutrality rules didn't have; it prevents content streamers from paying to have its music or video streamed with a zero-rating.
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California governor signs net neutrality rules into law

California governor signs net neutrality rules into law

3 monthes ago   |   By Ars Technica

Enlarge / Net neutrality supporter protests the FCC's repeal outside a federal building in Los Angeles, California, on November 28, 2017. (credit: Getty Images | Ronen Tivony | NurPhoto )
California Governor Jerry Brown today signed net neutrality legislation into law, setting up a legal showdown pitting his state against Internet service providers and the Federal Communications Commission.
The California net neutrality bill , previously approved by the state Assembly and Senate despite protests from AT&T and cable lobbyists, imposes rules similar to those previously enforced by the...
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