Monday Marks the End of Net Neutrality in the U.S.

Starting today, the way you view the internet could change, as rules protecting net neutrality end in the United States. 

Proponents of the move says the change will allow more internet coverage in rural areas, and allow internet providers to expand their networks. They say there is also potential for higher-speed service.

Opponents of the change argue that your internet speed could slow depending on certain websites, and that your internet provider can determine what content gets shown first. They say it also brings potential for higher internet costs. 

More than 20 states are suing the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) over net neutrality rules. Ohio is not one of them.

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