BlackBerry maker RIM ceded to the request on Wednesday.
Submission Summary: 0 pending, 5 declined, 2 accepted (7 total, 28.57% accepted)
"'By prohibiting all `patently offensive' references to sex, sexual organs and excretion without giving adequate guidance as to what 'patently offensive' means, the FCC effectively chills speech, because broadcasters have no way of knowing what the FCC will find offensive,' the appeals court wrote."
Fox Stations, owned by News Corp., and other networks had brought suit in 2006 after the FCC cited use of profanity during the airing of awards programs.
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