Now, under a new administration and agency head, Ajit Pai, the FCC is planning to reverse Obama-era open internet policies.

The main fear among internet users is that devoid of net neutrality regulations internet service providers could throttle the speed at which users can access certain sites, creating “slow lanes.” Those opposed to net neutrality, however, argue that internet service providers were never meant to be regulated as common carriers and that it gives the government too much power in stifling what should be a free market.

From Market Watch