Everything else - events in neither light cone, which means they cannot affect us and we cannot affect them.
It will affect us eventually, when both light cones get large enough to intersect. That is, unless they are far enough away that the expansion of the universe outpaces the growth of the light cone.
Depending on an observer's motion relative to us and such an event, someone might see the event as happening at the same time as the here-and-now, or before, or after.
Wouldn't such an observer be moving faster than the speed of light?