Jerry Brown California governor has enacted the US strict Net Neutrality Protection Act on Sunday.
Faced with the deadline of midnight, Brown (Democratic Party) signed a bill to protect the neutrality of the Obama-based Internet network as the basis of state law. These early ruins prevented Internet service providers from delaying access to websites and blocking paid services such as Netflix to provide services faster.
California law is further advanced by banning so-called "zero rate" offers, which allow operators to exclude certain services from the user's data account. 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.