No FCC Action Vs. Bono Over F-Word

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the Federal Communications Commission decided that singer Bono’s utterance of an obscenity during this year’s broadcast of the Golden Globe Awards did not constitute a violation of the nation’s broadcast indecency rules. On Monday, the government agency’s Enforcement Bureau rejected complaints by the Parents Television Council and others that Bono’s use of the phrase “this is really, really f—ing brilliant” failed to meet the test for indecency.

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