Breaching so-called 'superinjunctions' on Twitter: is this how low we’ve sunk?
The BBC has reported that someone on Twitter has purported to "out" a number of celebrities who have supposedly obtained "superinjunctions" to protect their privacy. It's unlikely of course that all of them are "superinjunctions" at all, which are injunctions the existence of which cannot be reported. And who knows whether any of what's been tweeted is true at all. As the BBC reported in the piece I've linked to, Jemima Khan says it's not true in her case. It may all be false.
The BBC has reported that someone on Twitter has purported to “out” a number of celebrities who have supposedly obtained “superinjunctions” to protect their privacy.
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