In an unusual move for a federal court, the judges allowed C-Span cameras to broadcast the hearing, which led Judge Peter W. Hall to ask Eric D. Miller, the lawyer for the government, whether a news broadcast on the case would draw FCC scrutiny.
Too funny. Society’s view of profanity and what’s acceptable is changing faster than the law (and I guess the politicians) can keep up with. This case relates to the 2002 and 2003 Billboard Music Awards – and it’s just now getting to court! Speedy. Anyway, I thought this was interesting and plays to my people are too easily offended theme.