California Postpones Net Neutrality Law Pending Outcome Of Federal Court Challenge

California will postpone enforcement of its tough new net neutrality law until a federal court rules on the Justice Department’s lawsuit seeking to prevent the legislation from taking effect.
Attorney Gen. Xavier Becerra said he would temporarily…

California will postpone enforcement of its tough new net neutrality law until a federal court rules on the Justice Department’s lawsuit seeking to prevent the legislation from taking effect. Attorney Gen. Xavier Becerra said he would temporarily delay implementation of the new law, which seeks to restore Obama-era open internet rules, until the legal dispute is resolved. The federal government sued California in the U.S. Court of Appeals, arguing the state lacks…