Over at Language Log, Geoffrey K. Pullum, co-author of The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language diatribes on the FCC:

It is astonishing that FCC chairman Michael Powell should tell us now, weeks after 66 TV stations made the decision not to show the movie Saving Private Ryan on Veterans’ Day in case they were fined for the swearwords in the soundtrack (which for contractual reasons could not be edited or bleeped out of Spielberg’s film), that really (now it can be told) the movie was OK for network television after all!

Read the whole screed: Language Log: Now the FCC tells us, three months too late

Other posts about the FCC’s censorship:
The Triumvirate of Morality
The Triumvirate Strikes Again