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WASHINGTON (RNS) Conservative groups blasted a federal court ruling that overturned a policy of the Federal Communications Commission intended to crack down on unscripted curse words and wardrobe malfunctions. Spurred on by celebrity slip-ups from Bono and Cher, the 2004 FCC policy fined television networks that did not censor indecency, however spontaneous. Broadcasting giants like […]

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