If you haven't heard of it yet, the new law, called the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA), makes it much easier for websites or platforms to be sued for speech that might lead to sex trafficking (adult or child), and as a result a lot of sites will now be policing their sexual content a LOT more. This could eventually lead to sites like this being suspended or, if hosted oversees, perhaps even blocked for US users. We may already be seeing consequences. 8chan, long-time host to CL boards like /younglove/ and /hebe/, have seemingly purged those boards overnight.
Combining this with the Trump FCC's intent to do away with net neutrality, the Age of Real Censorship has begun. You can read more about it