California won’t enforce the nation’s toughest state-level net-neutrality law when it takes effect in January, agreeing Friday with the Trump administration and internet companies who sued that the state law should wait for the outcome of a separate lawsuit pending in Washington.
Attorney General Xavier Becerra made a joint filing with lawyers looking to block the law asking a federal judge in Sacramento to put the California case on hold for now.
Details may be found in an article bu Jonathan J. Cooper in the LA Times web site at: http://www.latimes.com/sns-bc-us–net-neutrality-california-20181026-story.html.
Previous articles about California’s tough state-level net-neutrality law may be found by starting at: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=site%3Aprivacyblog.com+California%27s+tough+state-level+net-neutrality+law&t=h_&ia=web.
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