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The Obama administration had tried to force the same rules nationally, but the Trump administration's Federal Communications Commission overturned those rules in a decision that took effect in June. California is now set to wage a legal battle against the federal regulator that will decide the outcome of state-level net neutrality in the entire country.

The Justice Department is suing California to block a recently signed law restoring net neutrality rules that the Federal Communications Commission discarded previous year. In a court filing for an injunction, the Justice Department said that companies "cannot realistically comply with one set of standards in this area for California and another for the rest of the nation - especially when Internet communications frequently cross multiple jurisdictions". The Department of Justice on Sunday night sued California over its new new neutrality law.

The Federal Communications Commission previous year repealed rules that prevented internet companies from exercising more control over what people watch and see on the internet.

Three states - Oregon, Washington and Vermont - passed their own net neutrality bills ahead of California, though none of them were as strict.

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Mourinho agreed, saying: "Exactly, (it) is a collective thing, the reason why we don't win is responsibility of everybody". Until somebody who was a big professional player says he was a dishonest player, I will always believe the players.

The law also marks the latest challenge between Brown's administration and President Donald Trump's Republicans, who have already clashed over environmental and immigration regulations.

The department will insist that regulating net neutrality is exclusively the responsibility of the federal government and not the state authorities, senior DOJ officials told the Washington Post. USTelecom, which represents companies in the broadband sector, said it supports net neutrality but disagreed with the California law. Connie Leyva, D-Chino, would have required university health centers to offer women medical abortions on campus by January 1, 2022.

Wiener said in a statement that Brown's signature marks "a historic day for California" and a "true win for the internet and for an open society". As you would expect, large internet service providers, like AT&T, Verizon, and Comcast, oppose the California Net Neutrality law.

In addition to forbidding internet service providers from slowing down or blocking access to websites or charging companies like Netflix extra to deliver their service faster, the California law also outlaws so-called zero-rating offers, which allow carriers to exempt certain services from counting against a user's data cap. According to the National Conference of State Legislators, almost one hundred bills and resolutions have been introduced throughout the United States.

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