Creative Voices today filed a brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold last year's well-reasoned Second Circuit reversal of the FCC's flawed indecency decisions in Fox v. FCC -- the Cher, Nicole Ritchie, and Bono "fleeting expletives" case. CV is an intervening party in the case, arguing that the FCC's arbitrary enforcement of its indecency rules has created a "chilling effect" that harms creative artists and the general public. Big Chill: How the FCC’s Indecency Decisions Stifle Free Expression, Threaten Quality Television, and Harm America’s Children, our report documenting numerous incidents of censorship and the insidious harm of the "chilling effect," was attached to the Supreme Court brief as an appendix. The Big Chill report is available here. Center for Creative Voices in Media: News.