California's Net Neutrality Law Is A Bad Idea -- It's Also Illegal

October 11, 2018

California’s technology and Internet firms are worth trillions of dollars. The state is the worldwide home of the smartphone, search engine, and social network. Of the state’s 40 million citizens, 95 percent have access to both residential broadband and fast LTE mobile networks. In urban areas, according to the Federal Communications Commission’s most recent broadband report, that figure is 98 percent.

Read more at: https://www.forbes.com/sites/washingtonbytes/2018/10/08/californias-net-neutrality-law-is-a-bad-idea-its-also-illegal/#74c502722aa9



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