California can enforce net neutrality law, judge rules in loss for ISPs

California still has to win the court case to avoid a future ruling that could overturn its net neutrality law. But with a victory over the ISPs' request for a preliminary injunction, California and its supporters say they are confident in their arguments.
 
Judge Mendez "found that the law is on a solid legal foundation and that the ISPs trying to overturn it are not likely to prevail," said Stanford Law Professor Barbara van Schewick.