given that this is in California, and given the nature of the law, that mean, one could in theory prosecute Diane Feinstein (Enemy of the internet) on that particular law. Or really, any legislator in California that has, is, or will introduce a municipal broadband law.
here is a question for all Congressmen, and lawyers, and Judges.
What exactly is the point of a national border, if we are not longer recognizing our own border in regards to constitutional laws. Expanding on that line of thought, why are we deporting people from Mexico if we, again, no longer recognize the borders of the United States? If there is a 100 mile exception to Constitutional law, and presumably at airports now, then by proxy, any person that is undocumented that is within 100 miles of a "border" or that is in an airport, thus cannot be legally deported.
One shouldn't read a law one way in one situation, and another way in another situation.