Privacy law has continued to dominate the headlines, with U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday wading into the row about the sustainability of privacy injunctions after Twitter users continued to flout court orders over the weekend.

Speaking on ITV’s “Daybreak” program Monday morning Cameron called for privacy laws to be reviewed. He described current laws affecting newspapers as “unsustainable” and said Parliament was “going to have to take some time out to really have a think about this.”

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