Comments pour into FCC over proposal to relax decency standards

A new proposal that could open America's airwaves to more swearing and occasional nudity has galvanized family groups to organize a massive response that has become one of the largest online comment campaigns in the history of the Federal Communications Commission.

The FCC says it now has nearly 75,000 comments from Americans about its proposal to punish only those TV and radio networks that become egregious repeat offenders in airing swearing and nudity. In terms of sheer quantity, that's larger than all but five other proceedings since the FCC started accepting public filings online during the 1990s.

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