The infamous “wardrobe malfunction” at the 2004 Super Bowl in whichsinger Janet Jackson’s breast was briefly exposed to millions oftelevision viewers should not have resulted in any fines against CBSCorp. because the network had taken numerous precautions to prevent suchan incident, the network’s lawyer told a federal appeals courtTuesday.

“CBS neither planned nor approved this split-second incident,” attorneyRobert Corn-Revere of Davis Wright & Tremaine in Washington, D.C.,argued before the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

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