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Topic - Austin Schlick
In a statement, FCC lawyer Austin Schlick said the ruling confirms that the 2nd Circuit's decision in the earlier case was "excessively broad in rejecting the FCC's ability to use context to evaluate indecency cases."
In a statement, FCC General Counsel Austin Schlick said the ruling raises "serious concerns about the commission's ability to protect children and families from indecent broadcast programming."