In the coming weeks, the Federal Communications Commission is considering a plan to allow Internet providers to block access to a number of websites deemed to contain content deemed offensive to some people.

The move has been strongly opposed by some net neutrality advocates, who argue that blocking the websites would have the effect of making it impossible for consumers to access the news and information they want.

In addition to the sites that have already been blocked, the FCC has been considering a proposal to block sites that provide access to content deemed harmful to certain groups, including transgender people.

It’s unclear whether the FCC will take the approach announced Monday or make further changes to the current regulations.

In a statement, a spokesman for FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said that the agency “strongly supports net neutrality and will continue to fight for it.”

Pai said he is concerned about a number issues, including that some content is deemed “offensive” to some groups and that the FCC’s current rules “may be too restrictive.”

The chairman also noted that the current net neutrality rules apply to ISPs and that there are many ways for them to offer services that consumers may want to use.

Pai added that “the FCC will continue its efforts to expand the public broadband network to serve more people.”

Here are some things to keep in mind as you prepare for the start of summer: You may want your kids to avoid watching TV.

There is no doubt that the summer season is a time of excitement for many people, and there is plenty of entertainment to go around.

However, it’s also a time when you need to be aware of what is happening in your home and where you may be getting your entertainment.

To be safe, it is important to be proactive and stay tuned for information about the current FCC rules and their impact on your household.

Some websites that have been blocked on the current rules have also been blocked in the past.

For example, CNN, which has been blocked by Comcast since May, was previously blocked by Time Warner Cable and Verizon.

The FCC’s net neutrality order is scheduled to go into effect on July 1.

It has not yet been announced if those affected sites will be able to continue to provide access.

If you have concerns about the proposed net neutrality changes, you should reach out to your local FCC office.

You can also call your local consumer bureau or call your FCC representative.

Also, if you are in need of help with your Internet service, the Consumer Action Center can help you with that.

You should also be aware that you may need to make changes to your broadband provider’s billing or contract terms.

You may also want to check with your local public utility.