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U.S. singer Janet Jackson, hoping to avoid any further wardrobe malfunctions, says she's launching a new line of fashion lingerie.
By Randy McMullen
OUR OPINION The ruling last week by a federal appeals court to throw out the penalty imposed on CBS for the Janet Jackson "wardrobe malfunction" represents another change in our public standards.
By Deseret News editorial The irony is that Janet Jackson's infamous "wardrobe malfunction" can be viewed on-demand on YouTube. That illustrates the problem the FCC has when trying to turn back the clock on objectionable behavior in the name of public decency.
In the first-ever court ruling on the case, a federal appeals court in Philadelphia yesterday tossed out a $550,000 indecency fine imposed by the Federal Communications Commission against CBS Corp., which had broadcast the Super Bowl and the halftime show that Feb. 1.
By Chris Mondics, The Philadelphia Inquirer Jul. 22--CBS did not breach the federal government's decency rules when Janet Jackson's breast was briefly exposed in a dance routine during the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show, a federal appeals court sitting in Philadelphia ruled yesterday.
PHILADELPHIA _ CBS did not breach the federal government's decency rules when Janet Jackson's breast was briefly exposed in a routine during the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show, a federal appeals court sitting in Philadelphia ruled Monday.
By Peter Mucha, The Philadelphia Inquirer Jul. 21--A federal appeals court in Philadelphia has overruled the FCC's $550,000 fine against CBS for the infamous Janet Jackson "wardrobe malfunction" during the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show.
By Gail Mitchell LOS ANGELES (Billboard) - Few artists can sustain an extraordinary career that, despite a few bumps along the way, has fans anticipating your every move after 20 years.
By Ray Waddell NASHVILLE (Billboard) - Although she has only a handful of national treks under her belt, Janet Jackson is one of the most successful female touring artists of all time. Numbers back it up.
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