Gizmodo --------- The effort to pass a strong open internet law in California was killed off Wednesday morning by a handful of state legislators in a process described by many net neutrality advocates as corrupt and undemocratic. Members of California’s Communications and Conveyance Committee, led by Democratic Chairman Miguel Santiago, eviscerated the text of SB 822, a bill that digital rights advocates had once labeled the “gold standard” for state-level net neutrality laws. Gutting amendments to the bill were disclosed by the committee after 10pm last night and were voted on moments after Wednesday’s hearing began with no debate. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.
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