Thursday, September 10, 2009


Every three months the Federal Communications Commission comes up with its Quarterly Report on indecency complaints, and we sit around scratching our heads. How come the latest stats, in this instance for the first quarter of this year, show the viewers relatively calm at 578 complaints in January, then 505 in February, followed by 179,997 in March?

How one advocacy group screws up the FCC complaint stats. (Ars Technica)

No comments: