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It may now be safe to say that the superinjunction media frenzy has largely passed. But fresh from the ruins of the CTB injunction, the blame game is well underway. Who is responsible for making a mockery of the rule of law and rendering privacy rights ridiculous? Who is responsible for seeking to extend privacy rights past their tipping point? Deciding who the culprits are depends very much upon your viewpoint and I am sure that there are those not in this list that you would wish to include. Lawful contributions are welcome.

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