The limitations provoked a loud outcry from internet providers such as Verizon and Comcast, which said the rules would add unnecessary costs to their businesses and prevent them from investing in upgrades to their networks. "The Trump administration destroyed the internet as we know it".
More than 20 states are suing the FCC to overturn the agency's decision on net neutrality.
The FCC did not reply to a request for comment. "But that hiccup means that, although a version of the bill already passed in the California Senate, it's now different enough from that initial version to have to be re-voted on".
California could become the fourth state to approve net neutrality regulations if Brown signs the bill.
The new bill will prohibit internet providers from blocking certain content or giving higher speeds to some kinds of internet sites over others.
In a response via email, Calderon told GT the two bills "coexist perfectly", with SB 838 taking "a modest step to allow stock certificates to be recorded on a blockchain" and AB 2658 tasking the working group to study uses "by both public and private entities and [recommend] policies that protect consumers and ensure the growth of this technology in California".
A patchwork of state laws could make compliance more hard for internet providers and lead to a legal challenge focusing on the power of the federal government to preempt state laws.
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California's laws have enormous influence across the country.
Stanford Center for Internet and Society director Barbara van Schewick said in a statement that "SB 822 sets the standard for other states to follow". And the state's online privacy law has prompted tech companies to promote a weaker federal law that would nullify any state laws. Industry groups are urging Governor Brown to veto the bill. In a separate court battle, a federal appeals court will decide if the commission's rollback was legal.
The infamous bartender's cry - "You don't have to go home, but you can't stay here" - may now come at 4 AM rather than 2 AM, if California Gov. He has until the end of September. Scott Wiener, a San Francisco Democrat who wrote the bill reports NBC. It would reinstate protections that are similar to those that were rescinded nationally by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) past year.
Industry groups have said a single, uniform law written by Congress would be far more effective at guaranteeing net neutrality protections for internet users.
Pai viewed the rules as burdensome. Many telecommunication companies want to reserve the right to stratify their business packages. The broadband providers promised they would not block or intentionally slow down other websites in an anticompetitive manner.
While the legislation differs significantly from current FCC rules, it isn't entirely new. Similar laws have been passed in Washington, Vermont and Oregon.
Before SB 822's passage, net neutrality advocates spotted robocalls being made to senior citizens to try and convince them to speak up against internet protections like the ones in the bill.