Google is taking a stand against big ISPs such as AT&T and Comcast. There have been recent talks about reclassifying ISPs as utilities. Companies such as AT&T have come out and said that this would hurt their ability to invest in future networks (Follow this link for more information). Google has now come out and said that these net neutrality plans being considering by the government would not effect their plans to dish out their Google Fiber Internet service. Google says that these laws would in no way impede their plans to expand and does not alter their plans to invest into Google Fiber. Big name ISPs do not want this to happen because it would allow Google Fiber access to common utility polls that are currently being used by the likes of Comcast and AT&T. Google Fiber has received glowing reviews by Sultan Alhokair and others in the cities it currently is in and could be a huge player in the ISP world if these laws get passed.