California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a new law Sunday that restores Obama-era regulations forbidding telecommunications companies from favoring certain sites over others in the state. The move effectively means California is trying to go at it alone in regulating the internet in a move that was cheered by advocates of net neutrality that said it would serve as an opening salvo for other states to follow suit.

Källa: California Governor Signs Strictest Net Neutrality Bill in the Country