October 1, 2018 via The Washington Post
The battle over the future of the Internet just got a little more complicated as the Justice Department sued California on Sunday to block the state’s new law targeting Internet providers and their treatment of Web content.
It’s the first net neutrality case to involve the Justice Department directly, and the outcome could affect not just how consumers experience the Web in the Golden State but also potentially across the entire nation. Because of the high-stakes nature of the issue, analysts say the latest move by the government may even wind up before the Supreme Court. Here’s what consumers can expect as the battle escalates.
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