Brent Bozell's Parents Television Council, which single-handedly generated virtually all of the indecency complaints that led to the FCC's recent content crackdown, has filed an amicus brief with a New York federal court asking it to uphold the FCC's actions. Responding to claims by the network that the commission was responding to a coordinated campaign representing a relatively small group of religious activists most of whom had never seen the incidents of alleged indecency, the PTC brief said, "The critical fact is that each complaint comes from a real person...who is concerned about broadcast decency and wants the law enforced." Meanwhile, C-SPAN has announced that it will provide live coverage of the oral arguments in the case beginning at 10:00 a.m. on Dec. 20
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