“This could have several impacts internationally,” said Jennifer Yeh, a policy counsel at Free Press, a Washington-based public interest group which advocates for an open Internet. “Content companies overseas who are trying to reach U..S Internet users may not be able to, if an ISP decides to block them.”
"If innovators or startups here are disincentivized to create new services or applications, that may affect users abroad by limiting supply of new content and innovations," said Yeh. "Or, we could see those same innovators and investment dollars move for better opportunities elsewhere."
it will affect the rest of the world if you bothered to read about it for 15 mins you would realize how big of a deal this actually is and how bad it will be if it actually gets passed
it will affect you and you wont like it you just say that due to the fact you are uninformed so dont just sit back and say you don't care don't let something like this happen