Net Neutrality laws will not affect Google because Google does not pay transit providers to deliver content to users. It peers with them. Google is a huge proponent of Net Neutrality. Google knows that smaller companies, competitors, and start-ups lacking the resources and capital to build a global network infrastructure and peer with providers, must instead become customers of higher expense service providers to reach end users.
This cronyism stifles competition in the market, because these smaller companies are subject to a bevy of regulations Google and the large corporations are free of.
Enforcing net neutrality does the opposite of what its proponents claim. It results in an internet where a handful of large corporations have access to peering agreements with large transit providers (what some people refer to as "the fast lane"), and the rest are subject to far fewer options in terms of services, and even upon growing and gaining market share, will be denied the opportunity to shop around for different ISP plans that suit them best.