Scottish Sunday Herald Footballer
May 22, 2011 by Post Team
Scottish Sunday Herald Footballer, The Sunday Herald was named the player widely believed to play a privacy statement known as a super requirement for users of social media site Twitter. The Glasgow-based publication is the first UK print publication to run with this and says that the injunction “has no legal force in Scotland, where you need a separate court order.” On the home page that has an easily identifiable image of a man whose eyes are covered with a black bar with the word “censored” on it. It comes after Twitter users responded to the offer of a player to know who is making information about it on the website by posting new messages online.
The player is involved in the trial of former Big Brother star Imogen Thomas and the newspaper The Sun. This further increases the control of the gag orders such as injunctions and injunctions super-functioning as court orders that prevent the media to mention the fact that a warrant has been put in place.
The Sunday Herald said the athlete’s name is linked to the injunction on Twitter because of the “madness of privacy laws” for newspapers that prevents the exchange of information that is readily available on the Internet.
He says: “We are not accusing the footballer in question of any wrongdoing if the accusations against him are true or not has no bearing on this debate.
“The issue is one of freedom of information and a growing argument in favor of more restrictive privacy laws.”
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