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US net neutrality bill gets closer to becoming law, but don’t get your hopes up

The net neutrality bill now heads to the U.S. Senate, where hopes of passage significantly dwindle.
Williams PelegrinApril 11, 2019137 shares
 

There’s still hope for net neutrality in the US

It's a good day to be a net neutrality advocate.
Williams PelegrinFebruary 1, 2019101 shares
 

California will not enforce the net neutrality law it passed (for now)

The decision whether to retain or invalidate California's net neutrality law might not come down for at least a year.
Tayo OnabuleOctober 26, 2018228 shares
 

Super-strict California net neutrality bill attains victory, heading to Senate

The bill is even stricter than the recently-dissolved federal mandates and now moves on to the California Senate.
C. Scott BrownAugust 31, 2018263 shares
 

Ajit Pai thinks that ISPs having power over the internet will ‘protect consumers’

As Net Neutrality officially ends today, Ajit Pai champions the transfer of internet power from the government to ISPs.
C. Scott BrownJune 11, 2018565 shares
 

California Senate defies FCC ruling, passes its own Net Neutrality bill

A California Net Neutrality bill just passed in the Senate and will likely pass the State Assembly, in direct defiance of the FCC.
C. Scott BrownMay 31, 2018480 shares
 

As Net Neutrality nears its end, Verizon shows some customers data caps

With Net Neutrality about to end, some customers found Verizon data caps on their internet bills this week. But Verizon says they are not caps.
C. Scott BrownMay 18, 2018252 shares
 

Bill to revive Net Neutrality passes Senate, now on to the House

The bill to prevent the death of Net Neutrality passed the Senate today by a larger margin than expected. Now it's off to die in the House.
C. Scott BrownMay 16, 2018264 shares
 

US Senate will force too-little-too-late vote to save Net Neutrality

In a classic "day late, dollar short" scenario, the U.S. Senate will vote to save Net Neutrality this week. However, it would take a mighty miracle.
C. Scott BrownMay 14, 2018230 shares
 

Net Neutrality now has a specific death date – June 11, 2018

Mark your calendars: net neutrality – the idea that the internet should be open and free – will officially die on June 11, 2018.
C. Scott BrownMay 10, 2018677 shares
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