California governor Jerry Brown has enacted the toughest Internet neutrality protection law enacted in the United States.
Faced with the deadline of midnight, Brown (Democratic Party) signed a bill on the protection of net neutrality on Sunday, the Obama era. The new legislation is considered to be the most severe of network neutrality protection so far.
In addition to preventing Internet service providers from delaying access to websites, blocking Internet access, or promptly billing companies like Netflix Extra, California law requires operators to collect user data So-called zero offers that can be accessed are prohibited. It also applies the network neutrality rule to the so-called "interconnection" agreement among network operators who did not explicitly make the FCC rules of 2015.
Trump regime has long opposed California network neutrality efforts. This stated last week's President of Washington that the state will enforce laws and cause lawsuits. Earlier this month, PI calls California State law illegal, broadband is an interstate service, claiming to be regulated only by federal government, not by state.
The Department of Justice notified the comment promptly, and reported to the newspaper that it was planning to file a complaint on Monday morning.
Legislation opposed by the broadband department felt it was too restrictive, began on Brown's desk..
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