New York governor signs executive order protecting net neutrality in the state

The battle is on for states striving to preserve fair internet usage.
A month after the Federal Communications Commission's widely criticized decision to essentially kill net neutrality , New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is taking action.
Cuomo signed an executive order to protect net neutrality in the state of New York on Wednesday,  making it the second state to enforce such measures.
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The order states that the internet is "an essential service that should be available to all New Yorkers" and that the FCC's decision aligned with corporations' interests over those of city dwellers. Read more... More about Tech , Conversations , Internet , Fcc , and New York