New Net rules-ish. The FCC ended Net Neutrality rules in June which made a lot of people unhappy. The good news is that, for the moment, not much has changed in our Internet experience. However, without the rules in place, it’s only a matter of time before companies start throttling our experience with one service in favor or another that they perhaps own or they start blocking small sites featuring opinions they don’t support. Unless you live in California, where the state just passed its own Net Neutrality law that essentially reinstates all the old FCC rules. Naturally, the FCC is suing to block this law, stating that California doesn’t have, for instance, the interstate commerce authority to do so. Who’s right? A judge may have to decide.