Renew Media announced in a press release that we’ve joined the ACLU, the Free Expression Policy Project and a coalition of 20 organizations in filing a legal brief stating that new standards adopted by the Federal Communications Commission to censor “indecency” on the airwaves are overly vague and unconstitutional. The groups urged the Second Circuit Court of Appeals to overturn an FCC ruling issued earlier this year that applied new standards for censoring indecency and profanity to complaints received between 2002 and 2005. In the court brief, the groups advocated for the FCC’s censorship scheme to be thrown out altogether, arguing that the “FCC’s efforts to regulate in this area have proven to be constitutionally unworkable.”