Like other net-neutrality initiatives that came before it, California’s sweeping internet regulation law recently signed by Gov. Jerry Brown doesn’t seem likely to solve anything, says Mike Montgomery.
In a new Sacramento Bee op-ed, Montgomery, executive director for CALinnovates, addresses two glaring problems with the law: its legality and its scope. The law as it stands now “will remain mired in court, and taxpayers will bear the expense of defending a law that may not withstand litigation and consumers will continue to lack basic net neutrality protections,” Montgomery contends.
Read the full op-ed here.