FCC V. Fix: Harmful Or Effective?

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Some people would argue that some ideas or images are simply too dangerous or radical to be displayed to the public. How can this be a sound argument, when the same people enjoy and actively reference their freedom of speech? Think about if influential books, articles, or movies were never published simply because they were too “indecent” or, dare I say it, too “thought-provoking”. Since when did people start sacrificing knowledge and intelligence for safety? It’s apparent that at least some people tend to disagree with censorship, recently being the Supreme Court. In FCC v. FOX, which as can be implied is between the Federal Communications Commission responsible for censorship and the Fox broadcasting company, the court ruled on the side

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