The FCC is getting ready to make new rules about how the internet works. They were required to come up with new ones by a January federal court (U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit) decision that the FCC exceeded its legal authority with its existing net neutrality regulations and struck down the Open Internet Order.
The chairman claims that the new rules will restore an open internet, but what he's hiding is that they will allow ISPs to charge extra for access to services, either after the fashion of cable TV and its packages, or by charging content providers for access to the ISPs customers.
So if the new rules are sustained (the public comment period is open), then providers such as AT&T, Verizon, CenturyLink, etc. could decide to charge JUB to connect through their service, or could charge their users an extra fee to get to any sites with porn, or even both.
Of course it's not hard to understand why the FCC is aiming to sell out the internet: Chairman Wheeler is a corporate lobbyist with a record of favoring companies big enough to be de facto monopolies.
Some places to go to take action:
(I know some of you don't like CREDO, but for this set that aside!)
(also has lots of further information)
Acting on this is in all our best interests.