Television Indecency Rules
John Dunbar talked about the television indecency court case, Fox Television v. Federal Communications Commission, which will be argued… read more
John Dunbar talked about the television indecency court case, Fox Television v. Federal Communications Commission, which will be argued before the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York City today. Fox Television is challenging the FCC’s indecency standards and the way it punishes broadcasters for airing shows that contain profanity. Mr. Dunbar responded to telephone calls and electronic mail. close
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