The Supreme Court today decided FCC v. Fox in favor of allowing the FCC to punish broadcasters for even single utterances of explicit language. The opinion can be found here.


1 Response to “Supreme Court Decides Fleeting Expletives Case, FCC v. Fox, in favor of FCC”

  1. 1 AJ

    And so democracy dies, to thunderous applause.


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