(Undated) -- The FCC is changing the rules on net neutrality, but it could be awhile before anyone notices, if they ever do. The new rules that took effect yesterday allow Internet providers to block or slow content, or charge content providers more for so-called "fast lanes." The FCC announced plans to change the rules last year and that set off dozens of lawsuits. Twenty-three state attorneys general are suing, along with a raft of tech companies. Oregon and Washington have already passed laws protecting net neutrality and more than a dozen other states are working on similar laws.