California delays net neutrality law while federal lawsuit plays out
The state will wait until a challenge to the FCC’s rules is wrapped up.
New study dissects FCC net neutrality commenter backgrounds
Net neutrality support came from both blue and red districts.
FCC and DOJ urge court to reject challenge to net neutrality repeal
They say the FCC was well within its rights to repeal net neutrality.
Internet industry groups sue California over net neutrality law
They're following the federal government in filing suit against the state.
CA governor signs net neutrality bill into law, Justice Department sues
The current FCC chairman has claimed this bill is 'illegal.'
NYT lawsuit accuses FCC of withholding evidence of Russian meddling
The FCC refused to provide records for net neutrality comments.
FCC’s Ajit Pai labels California net neutrality law 'illegal'
The guy who killed net neutrality didn’t expect California to practice democracy.
California's net neutrality bill is one signature away from taking effect
Dubbed 'strongest in the nation' it passed the state Senate today.
California's net neutrality bill is a step closer to becoming law
SB 822 would tightly regulate ISPs operating in the state.