Net Neutrality makes it illegal for ISPs to "throttle" your internet content. Throttling allows them to choose how fast, and even if, you can have functional access to certain websites. This paves the way for having different plans for different speeds you can visit websites. Currently you can use the internet at full speed for all websites. With Net Neutrality repealed not only would you pay for the internet service but you would pay for one of their plans to allow faster internet or even access to certain websites.
How Would its Repeal Affect Me?
If Net Neutrality is repealed, ISPs could throttle any content they want. They could, for instance, inherently block websites by throttling to non-existence or charge extra for websites to work on your internet. This could cause the average person to spend hundreds of dollars more on their internet services.
How Can I Fight This?
You can fight the repealing of Net Neutrality by signing a petition or calling Congres. Sign the petition by going here or call/write Congress here.
How Can I Protect Myself From Throttling?
Some methods have already arisen on how you can possibly protect yourself from throttling. Some notable examples are using the TOR Browser or using a VPN or even both. These methods may not work, there is no guaranteed method to prevent this.
Remember, this will affect all users regardless of their internet service provider or device that they are using. There are ways to fight this, and they will hopefully work. Also, you may be able to protect yourself from throttling thought this is not guaranteed.