FCC Asks Supremes To Hear Jackson Case

The FCC has filed a petition seeking a Supreme Court review of its loss in the Third Circuit in its Janet Jackson Super Bowl wardrobe malfunction case against CBS.

MAP Takes Jackson Case To Supreme Court

Media Access Project has filed a brief with the Supreme Court  asking that it affirm a lower court decision that found the FCC’s ability to levy fines for indecent content unconstitutional.

Court Rules For CBS In Janet Jackson Case

A three-judge panel from 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia today ruled that the FCC improperly assessed a $550,000 fine against the network for the so-called “wardrobe malfunction” that lasted just over half a second during the 2004 Super Bowl.

ABC Apologizes For Wardrobe Malfunction

ABC on Friday apologized to its viewers for Nicki Minaj’s wardrobe slip up that exposed the singer’s bare breast during her summer concert performance on morning news show Good Morning America.