California net neutrality law faces court challenge

California’s Attorney General is defending the state’s 2018 net neutrality law in federal court. The law was enacted when the Trump administration rescinded federal net neutrality rules that kept internet service providers from giving preference to one website over another. (Politico, September 14, 2021, by Benjamin Din)

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