Vimeo Files Comments with the FCC in Support of Net Neutrality

As part of the fight to keep a free, open, weirdo internet, Vimeo has filed comments with the FCC and is inviting you to read them

The FCC is planning to repeal the strong net neutrality rules that we fought so hard to get in 2015. Why do we care? Vimeo is the home to so many makers, watchers, and all-around internet video lovers. Net Neutrality makes sure there is room for creativity and equal access for any internet user. As part of the movement to keep Net Neutrality, Vimeo has filed comments with the FCC. We invite you to read the transcript that we submitted (it's attached as an asset below).

For more information on Net Neutrality, please visit our blog.



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Vimeo is home to the world’s most imaginative video creators and the hundreds of millions of viewers who love them. Vimeo empowers creators with professional tools to host, share and sell videos in the highest quality possible, along with a powerful platform to get discovered and reach audiences in over 150 countries on nearly every Internet-connected device.
Founded in 2004 and based in New York City, Vimeo, Inc. is an operating business of IAC (NASDAQ: IAC). Learn more at www.vimeo.com.
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