Freezenet has learned of an additional two states proposing laws that would protect network neutrality at the state level.
Two more states are throwing their support behind network neutrality in defiance of regulators.
The network neutrality debate isn’t going away any time soon. New Jersey is the latest state to impose network neutrality rules.
Democratic senators appear to be making inroads in getting sponsors to a bill that would reverse the FCC net neutrality repeal.
While there is plenty of legislative action to reverse the repeal of network neutrality, it seems that there is also some increasing muscle on the litigation front as well.
The debate around network neutrality is proving to be alive and well in 2018. This is thanks in part to the Democrats forcing a senate vote on the subject.
While the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) did try to ban state level laws protecting network neutrality, that isn’t stopping California from trying.
Earlier this week, Republican lawmaker Marsha Blackburn introduced network neutrality legislation. The bill is being blasted as fake network neutrality legislation.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is urging Internet supporters to continue calling their representatives in Congress. The idea is to keep up the pressure.
While much of the focus around the FCC’s decision has been centred around the United States, the decision is being felt far beyond the countries borders.