On Monday, the US Federal Communications Commission voted to protect net neutrality.
The decision came after a long-running debate over the subject, which has been debated in the US for more than a decade.
Net neutrality has long been an issue in the United States.
In December 2015, President Donald Trump tweeted that internet providers should be able to “unlock” certain websites and apps that they do not like.
In October 2016, a Republican-controlled Congress passed legislation that repealed net neutrality protections, which the FCC is expected to take up soon.
The FCC voted 3-2 to protect the FCC’s net neutrality rules, while the US Department of Justice, in its appeal of the order, argued that the ruling was a “massive” overreach of government power and that it violates the Constitution.
The ruling will affect thousands of websites, which have been using VPNs or VoIP services for years to protect their network from online interference.
The new rules will require ISPs to provide access to certain websites in a timely manner.
This means that internet service providers will have to provide customers with access to a “reasonable” level of bandwidth for online services.
VPNs and Voip providers will still be able use the services in their own way, but they will not be able block access to websites.
In an interview with the Washington Post on Tuesday, Google’s VP of product management, Ben Goertzel, said that the decision will impact a lot of people.
“What it does is it’s going to affect the number of VPNs that you have and the number that you can get online and access those services.
And that will have a really negative impact on the amount of bandwidth you have, because you’re going to be competing with other VPNs,” Goertsel said.
In a statement, Goertsels said that Google is “disappointed that the FCC has chosen to undermine net neutrality in order to preserve the FCC-regulated internet.”
The move will come with a cost, as some internet providers have said that they will have difficulty complying with the new rules.
ISPs will need to provide information to customers about how they will be able access their service, and some internet service plans will not offer internet access at all.