The FCC voted to scrap net neutrality rules. Smaller, independent websites could take a big hit.

The Federal Communications Commission voted last week to dismantle so-called net neutrality rules set under the Obama-era Open Internet Order. The 2015 order prevented Internet Service Providers like Comcast and Verizon from blocking certain websites or charging more for certain content. What does that mean for consumers? “The sky isn’t falling,” FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said…