Unformatted text preview: fense. Since there was a private body part that was exposed on national television it is very easy to classify this offense, anytime a person’s private body part shows there is a problem with that. People from different backgrounds may use the FCC standards to come to an agree-ment regarding questionable material by using its basic guidelines as a means to point out questionable material. I agree with my partner’s response that the media twisted the actual events of that super bowl. I feel that the event may have been accidental; however, I find it undeniable that Janet had indeed intended to show her nipple. In the event, Ms. Jackson had a nipple decoration and I find it hard to believe that someone would decorate a body part that they weren’t intending to show off. While I agree in the possibility that there was a wardrobe malfunction, I also cannot rule out the fact that it was planned. Therefore, I agree with the FCC’s decision to fine the broadcast....
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- Spring '10
- Super Bowl, Justin Timberlake, Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show controversy, Janet Jackson