Read this: Dont mind your language: public relaxed over TV swearing | Media | The Guardian
Summary: More recently, 10 million ITV viewers saw John Lydon use the C-word and fewer than 100 complained. Ofcom, which is responsible for policing taste and decency on the airwaves, said the public were willing to tolerate mild swearing and offensive language at any time of the day. It is the first detailed research on attitudes towards offensive language on television and radio to be published by Ofcom in five years. - guardian.co.ukwww.guardian.co.ukDont mind your language: public relaxed …
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