FCC Chair Ajit Pai still considers the ruling a 'victory'
Threatened to kill the chairman and his family over net neutrality repeal
Because of course they are
Improvements seem negligible
It's short and to the point
The bill joins over 100 other state-level net neutrality bills
Most of them were pro-net neutrality
Throttling is still common, but not objectively any worse
They're waiting for the results of the lawsuit against the FCC's ruling
Stanford University study claims 99.7 percent of human-filed comments opposed FCC's net neutrality rollback
It seems FCC's decision wasn't popular after all
Can net neutrality make a comeback?
The law is deemed illegal since it has ramifications that extend beyond the state's borders
Ajit Pai calls California lawmakers 'nanny state' legislators, says the state's net neutrality bill is 'illegal'
Ajit Pai is none too pleased with California
Verizon claimed it was a customer service error but fire officials and lawmakers aren't buying that
Firefighters should have waited till their next billing cycle
USTelecom wants FCC to issue forbearance on Section 251, which allows small ISP to compete with larger companies
Pai says it wasn't his fault, though
So much for that Net Neutrality rollback
Well, that was unexpected
Give them $225 and they may or may not do something about your problem
The Congressional Review Act may not work out after all
FCC reportedly made false claims following John Oliver's net neutrality pieces in 2014 and 2017
Can the Congressional Review Act stop it in its tracks?