Entire broadband industry sues California to stop net neutrality law [telecom]

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Top broadband lobby groups sue California, claim net neutrality law is illegal.

By Jon Brodkin

Four lobby groups representing the broadband industry today sued
California to stop the state's new net neutrality law.

The lawsuit was filed in US District Court for the Eastern District of
California by mobile industry lobby CTIA, cable industry lobby NCTA,
telco lobby USTelecom, and the American Cable Association, which
represents small and mid-size cable companies. Together, these four
lobby groups represent all the biggest mobile and home Internet
providers in the US and hundreds of smaller ISPs. Comcast, Charter,
AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile US, Sprint, Cox, Frontier, and CenturyLink are
among the groups' members.


Bill Horne
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