Apr 122011
 
 April 12, 2011  Posted by  Court, Non-U.S.

The press has recently returned to the theme of evils of the privacy injunction protecting the unsavoury behaviour of the rich and famous. Last week’s round up drew attention to articles in the “Daily Mail” and “The Times”. The former had a second piece “Revealed: 30 ‘superinjunction’ gagging orders won by rich and famous in just two years“. This is obviously an area of important public debate. Unfortunately there remains a lack of data to inform the discussion.

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