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FCC Profanity Policy is Under Supreme Court Review

March 17, 2008

The U.S. Supreme Court stepped into a legal fight Monday over the use of curse words on the airwaves, the high court's first major case on broadcast indecency in 30 years.  The case deals with a Federal Communications Commission policy that allows for fines against broadcasters for so-called "fleeting expletives," one-time uses of profanity on the air.  Read More