CA senate passes strict net neutrality law in defiance of ISPs

Ars Technica:

The California bill would replicate the US-wide bans on blocking, throttling, and paid prioritization that were implemented by the FCC in 2015, and it would go beyond the FCC rules with a ban on paid data-cap exemptions. California is one of several states trying to impose state-level net neutrality rules because the FCC’s Republican leadership decided to eliminate the federal rules effective June 11.

As a general rule, if something is good for ISPs, it’s bad for their customers.