Stung by 3 court losses, ISPs stop fighting California net neutrality law


Publish Date:
May 5, 2022
Ars Technica
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“After losing three times in federal court, the ISPs have finally realized that they can’t overturn California’s net neutrality law and that they should just stop trying,” Stanford Law Professor Barbara van Schewick wrote, calling the development “a historic win for Californians and the open Internet.”

“Thanks to the hard work of California’s attorney general and the wide coalition that helped defend the law in court, the ISPs gave up instead of fighting this to the Supreme Court,” she also wrote.

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