California Legislature Moving to Pass Super Net Neutrality
April 19, 2018
California Senate Bill SB 822 was passed out of Senate Energy, Utilities and Communications on an 8-3 vote this week to prohibit Internet service providers (ISP) like AT&T and Spectrum from charging fees to “edge providers” that supply content to “end users” that are the recipients of content.
The bill goes farther than the federal regulatory effort because of the Consumer Legal Remedies Act (CLRA), according to the non-partisan Legislative Analyst’s Office.
Read more at: http://www.breitbart.com/california/2018/04/19/california-legislature-moving-to-pass-super-net-neutrality/
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