December 28, 2011

10-1293

Questions Presented

1. Whether the court of appeals erred in invalidating a finding by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that a broadcast including expletives was indecent within the meaning of statutory and regulatory prohibitions on indecent broadcasts, on the ground that the FCC's context-based approach to determining indecency is unconstitutionally vague in its entirety.

2. Whether the court of appeals erred in invalidating a finding by the FCC that a broadcast including nudity was indecent within the meaning of statutory and regulatory prohibitions on indecent broadcasts, on the ground that the FCC's context-based approach to determining indecency is unconstitutionally vague in its entirety.

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