In a move hailed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), California’s net neutrality law has been put on hold—for now.

The battle over net neutrality dates back to 2015, when the FCC published the Open Internet Order to include broadband access as a utility service regulated under Title II of the Telecommunications Act. As such, it prevented common carriers from accepting payments to prioritize some sites over others and prohibited them from blocking access to legal content or throttling any Internet traffic.

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