A vote on the way Americans use the Internet — and how much they’ll pay in the future — is less than a month away.
The issue is known as net neutrality. And late last year, President Barack Obama called on the Federal Communications Commission to draft rules that would regulate broadband Internet access. These rules would make Internet access a public utility or resource, according to The New York Times.
Recently, the Wall Street Journal reported the FCC plans strong net neutrality rules.