Vt. Agrees To Halt Enforcement Of State Net Neutrality Law

Law360 (September 25, 2020, 2:34 PM EDT) -- Vermont agreed to halt the enforcement of two net neutrality policies intended to make local providers follow open-internet principles Thursday, after a handful of trade organizations sued against the state and claimed it was deliberately trying to revive discontinued Federal Communications Commission policy.

The state and the trade groups — which include the American Cable Association, CTIA, NCTA, USTelecom and the New England Cable & Telecommunications Association — told a Vermont federal court that the case would be affected by two other cases against a California net neutrality law.

"[T]he scope and conduct of this action could be significantly shaped by...

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