Supreme Court Says FCC’s Indecency Policy Could Use A *#@ing Revision

Supreme Court Says FCC’s Indecency Policy Could Use A *#@ing Revision

While the Supreme Court has previously sided with the Federal Communications Commission over its decision to ramp up its enforcement of indecency rules, today it ruled that the FCC screwed up when it decided to start slapping mammoth fines on broadcasters without warning. [More]

Parents Television Council F*cking Pissed About Repeal Of FCC Indecency Ban

Parents Television Council F*cking Pissed About Repeal Of FCC Indecency Ban

Not surprisingly, in the wake of yesterday’s decision by a New York court to scrap the ridiculous FCC rule against on-air profanity, the not-at-all-overprotective folks at the Parents Television Council are raising their hands in the air and asking, “What about the children?” [More]

F*ck Yeah! Court Strikes Down FCC Rule Against Unscripted Expletives

F*ck Yeah! Court Strikes Down FCC Rule Against Unscripted Expletives

The next time Bono drops the F-bomb while accepting an award or Janet Jackson’s nipple makes a cameo appearance at the Super Bowl, broadcasters won’t have to worry about facing mammoth fines from the FCC. A federal appeals court has said “f@ck this sh&t” to the controversial ban. [More]