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Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction case sent back for review

Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction case sent back for review

The US Supreme Court has ordered a federal appeals court to re-examine its ruling in a legal fight over singer and entertainer Janet Jackson's wardrobe malfunction.

The US Supreme Court has ordered a federal appeals court to re-examine its ruling in a legal fight over singer and entertainer Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction. 


The court wants a rethink on reinstating the $550,000 fine that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) imposed on CBS Corp over Jackson’s memorable breast-baring performance at the Super Bowl in 2004. 


This follows a high court ruling last week that narrowly upheld the FCC’s policy threatening fines against even one-time users of curse words on live television, The Associated Press reports. 


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