So, the FCC chair guy is putting forward a proposal to end net neutrality (https://www.theverge...-net-neutrality). For those who don't know, it basically means ISPs cannot have paid fast lanes, they cannot throttle if you hit a certain amount of data usage, or let's say you pay for a cheaper plan, they cannot throttle you and they cannot block websites and apps. If this is revoked, this could have seriously dangerous implications about internet access for middle-class and poor folk, in addition to small businesses, NGOs, non-profits, etc.
Here's some light reading to help you better understand net neutrality (because I suck at explanations): https://www.publickn.../net-neutrality
If you are living in the US, please take the time to leave a comment on the FCC's proposal (just go to this website and it tells you what to do and offers suggestions about what to write): https://techcrunch.c...net-neutrality/