Of course not, nothing has changed. Actually, several ISP are appealing of the decision, and it may take years before a settlement is reached.
Don't be in a hurry though, because your internet access bill might increase if Net Neutrality is applied for what it really means. No user have priority over the other. All pay the same amount, and have equal access to web ressources. No paid highways for some and slower roads for others.
That sounds fair, right? But it also means that users like Google will pay the same amount for using the internet as you do. And Netflix will have the same priority to deliver your streaming movies than any users downloading their emails. As in, all streets have the same speed limit, highways and villages alike. Do you think villages roads will have a 70mph speed limit to match that of highways? Reality is more like highways would be slow down to 30mph.
That, of course, is not something you read everywhere on the web. Because, see, the web shows you stuff that is good for their business. Your searches are performed by Google, and Google would love to pay the same as you for using the internet! It's interesting to see all people out there protesting against the FCC and CRTC to get net neutrality, firmly believing they will get the same priority as Google. Fact is it's Google, Netflix and friends who will pay the same amount as you to use the web.
More in-depth information on this Forbes article.