Jun 082011
 June 8, 2011  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Dan Sabbagh reports:

Paul Dacre, the lord chief justice, and executives from Twitter and Google are expected be asked to give evidence to the parliamentary committee looking into privacy injunctions, as work on setting up the body created by David Cameron last month finally begins to move forward.

Those who are expected to sit on the committee say they want to call newspaper editors, including the Daily Mail’s Dacre, judges and technology companies to public hearings – and there is even hope that it may prove possible to ask one of the celebrities involved in the injunction battle “to add to the gaiety of proceedings”.

Read more in The Guardian.

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