The word does not fit the FCC definition of obscenity.
Anal hasn’t always had a place on television.
The president said Monday that the move would protect an open internet — by allowing the FCC to enforce more stringent regulations and protect net neutrality.
The owner of the Washington Redskins has vowed not to change the NFL team’s name, but action by the Federal Communications Commission could effectively ban it.
“In an age when high-speed broadband is transforming almost every aspect of our lives, we must ensure online access to every adult and child,” the lawmakers said in a letter.
The search giant comes out in favor of net neutrality for the first time since 2010.
“Do your goddamned job.” NSFW.
A 13-minute Last Week Tonight With John Oliver segment encouraged viewers to comment on the FCC’s proposed net neutrality rules. “Good evening, monsters. “
The Federal Communications Commission plans to propose new rules on net neutrality. Update: The FCC chairman calls those reports “flat out wrong.”
The proposed $45 billion mega-merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable put the spotlight squarely on Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler. The FCC and Department of Justice will conduct the merger review, looking at such factors as market concentration, pricing power, and broadband access, among other issues, to determine approval or rejection.
Remember when she “showed her vaginal area” and “simulated sex for 13 minutes”? These people do, and they are FURIOUS.
“It’s unacceptable to launch these types of despicable attacks from dark corners,” a Human Rights Campaign spokesman said about the Federal Communications Commission complaint filing.
The firm likely behind the texts, ccAdvertising, makes a practice of sending emails in the form of text messages to cell phones. The “question is open in front of the Commission,” says the FCC.
NYPD Blue is still on TV?
“The court ruled that the Federal Communications Commission had relied on an “unconstitutionally vague” indecency policy fordetermining obscenity.”
As Mickey Rourke was accepting his Golden Globe for Best Actor he thanked director Darren Aronofsky — who proceeded (in jest) to flip of the actor and give NBC a hefty FCC fine.
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