WSJ.com: The court dismissed her argument that the town’s public nudity ordinance discriminated against women because men are permitted to appear topless. The court says “restrictions on the exposure of the female breast are supported by the important governmental interest in safeguarding the public’s moral sensibilities.” | New Jersey v. Feeley, A-0115-10T3 (N.J. App. Sept. 14, 2011)
One News Now: The U.S. Supreme Court is preparing to hear two cases involving broadcast indecency. One case deals with foul language aired during the January 2003 broadcast of the Golden Globe Awards, and the second concerns nudity.
8th Circuit: A special condition of supervised released prohibiting possession of all materials containing nudity is stricken on overbreadth grounds
U.S. v. Simons, No. 09-2142 (8th Cir. July 21, 2010)