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California’s Senate Just Passed One of The Toughest Net Neutrality Laws

Today one of the toughest Net Neutrality bill currently being considered in the United States passed through California’s Senate. This puts the bill about halfway to becoming law in the state of California. Senate Bill 822 would prohibition slowing down or blocking access to content and a ban on zero-rating. The zero-rating ban would be […]

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Net Neutrality Rules End June 11th

Back on December 14th, 2017 the FCC voted to end the so-called Net Neutrality rules. The vote was 3-2 party-line vote by the Federal Communications Commission to repeal the controversial utility-like oversight of internet service providers that was put in place by Democrats in 2015. “The internet is the greatest free-market innovation in history,” Ajit Pai, the Republican who took over […]

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Oregon’s Governor Will Sign Net Neutrality Bill on Monday

This week it was announced that Oregon’s Governor Kate Brown will sign the Oregon Net Neutrality Bill into law on Monday. This bill will prevent internet service providers that work with public bodies, such as state and local governments and school districts, from creating “paid prioritization” for preferred services. Now it just needs the governor’s […]

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