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Judges Favor the Profane

In effect, the court said that because the Enforcement Bureau of the FCC has been a steady, ongoing farce of decency protection for thirty years, it must always and forever remain a joke.

Court Punts Super Bowl Indecency Ruling Back to FCC

All the FCC needs to do is inform broadcasters that fleeting images of nudity constitute actionable indecency, and it intends to enforce the rules.

New CMI Special Report: 'Unmasking the Myths Behind the Fairness Doctrine'

America doesn't need the government to regulate political speech on the airwaves. Politicians need more respect for the First Amendment.

Rupert Murdoch Still Frightening the Times

Scary stuff indeed: "Rupert Murdoch is moving to tighten his already-imposing grip on American news media..."

Oh, Those Naughty Broadcasters

NBC pokes its finger in the FCC's eye, and Fox says 'No' to paying fine.

Does Profanity Reign Supreme?

What Hollywood really wants – and in a cowardly way, is refusing to declare publicly – is the right to bombard your living room, and your children, with obscenities.

Keeping 'Pigs' Out of Your Parlor

The Supreme Court will rule on fleeting expletives and broadcast indecency.

FCC Complaint Filed Against NBC's Las Vegas

Show aired one day after Jane Fonda dropped the c-word on NBC's Today.

Disney's Titillation and Litigation

Disney, the corporation that brought us Tinkerbell, has lawyers on staff arguing that nudity and obscenity on TV are OK.

The ABCs of Entertainment News

Why was Good Morning America unprepared when Diane Keaton dropped the f-bomb?
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