Scrambling of Sexually Explicit Material

NPR's Larry Abramson reports on arguments before the Supreme Court today involving federal communications law and sexually explicit TV cable channels. Federal law says indecent material must be scrambled so it's not available to kids. Playboy Enterprises, which screens some explicit material, says it would be too expensive to do that.

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