In Battle for Net Neutrality, Vimeo Files Petition to Challenge FCC's Repeal

Today, the FCC’s repeal order was published in the Federal Register. This is a big milestone in the battle over Net Neutrality as it officially triggered litigation and congressional review efforts. Vimeo led the charge to fight repeal of the 2015 Open Internet rules by filing a petition for review first thing this morning. We invite you to read the petition that we filed (it's attached as an asset below). 
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