Items tagged "State Legislation"
Public Knowledge Joins California Fight to Preserve State’s Net Neutrality ProtectionsOctober 1, 2020 amicus brief , California , Net Neutrality , Open Internet , State Legislation , State Net Neutrality
Last night, Public Knowledge joined Access Now, Free Press, Mozilla Corporation, and New America’s Open Technology Institute in filing an amicus brief at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California in the case of United States vs State of California.Read More
Maine Court Decision Rules in Favor of State’s Law, Victory for Online PrivacyJuly 7, 2020 Broadband Privacy , Consumer Privacy , FCC , Litigation , Net Neutrality , Online Privacy , Privacy , State Legislation
Today, Judge Lance Walker in the U.S. District Court of Maine rejected arguments from ISPs that the Federal Communications Commission’s repeal of net neutrality rules, and Congress’s disapproval of FCC broadband privacy rules, preempt states from asserting authority over broadbandRead More
Public Knowledge Applauds Governor Cuomo’s Proposal to Ensure Net Neutrality Protections for New YorkersDecember 19, 2019 FCC , Net Neutrality , State Legislation , State Net Neutrality
Today, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced his 2020 agenda will include legislation that, if enacted, could give New Yorkers some of the nation’s strongest net neutrality consumer protections.Read More