More than 200,000 Super Bowl Complaints Pour Into FCC

More than 200,000 Super Bowl Complaints Pour Into FCC
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The FCC has received more than 200,000 complaints about the halftime show at the Super Bowl. FCC Chairman Michael Powell called the broadcast a "classless, crass, deplorable stunt" and instructed the commission to began a "thorough and swift" investigation.
While it is impossible to respond to each individual complaint, the agency says it will post its decision on its Web site when the probe is concluded: www.fcc.gov. Complaints and inquiries can be filed via the FCC's
toll-free consumer line at 1-888-225-5322, via e-mail at fccinfo@fcc.gov
or via the Commission's Web site.


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