Victory for 'net neutrality' law in California

San Francisco (AFP) – A federal judge late Tuesday cleared the way for California to begin enforcing a net neutrality law opposed by US telecom titans. The judge denied a request by cable and telecom service companies to stop implementation of the law, which is intended to prevent them from favoring their own services and blocking or slowing rival services like Netflix. “The federal court just rejected the effort by telecom and cable companies to block enforcement of the net neutrality law I authored,” state senator Mark Wiener said in a tweet. “California can now fully protect an open interne…

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