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Submission + - SCOTUS to Examine FCC 'Fleeting Expletives' Rules

peipas writes: The Supreme Court of the United States has agreed to examine the Federal Communications Commission's ability to levy fines against broadcasters for so-called 'fleeting expletives' after Fox Broadcasting challenged the FCC's enforcement of unpublished decency standards. Ironically, the Associated Press itself censors the expletives it quotes in the article.
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SCOTUS to Examine FCC 'Fleeting Expletives' Rules

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