California Agrees to Delay Enforcement of Net Neutrality Law
The State of California has just agreed to delay the enforcement of S. B. 822, also known as the California Internet Consumer Protection and Net Neutrality Act of 2018, until litigation is decided regarding whether the FCC can preempt state net neutrality laws is decided by the US Court of Appeals for the District of…Read More
California to Consider Bill that Restores Net Neutrality
The California legislature is considering a bill that would restore net neutrality on a state-wide level when the FCC repeal of net neutrality takes effect next week. The California net neutrality bill, SB 822, was written by State Senator Scott D. Wiener, D-San Francisco. The text of SB 822 is attached here. According to the…Read More
FCC Decision on Net Neutrality: What Does this Mean for the Software Industry?
The Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) adopted new rules today on the issue of net neutrality, affirming the government’s right to increase its regulatory powers over the Internet. In a press release issued to announce the new rules, the FCC identified the following as the key provisions of the rules to be adopted: Application of the…Read More