Twitter Super Injunction

May 9, 2011 by USA Post 

Twitter Super InjunctionTwitter Super Injunction, A Twitter user has tried to expose some celebrities who have earned Super injunctions to prevent publication of details of his private life.

Twitter user says “out” a series of public figures, although the tweets seemed to contain errors. Jemima Khan Twitter: “Rumour has it that I have a super court order preventing publication of” intimate “photos of me and Jeremy Clarkson IS NOT TRUE.”

The tweets will add to concerns about precautionary measures and unconventional ways.

Some newspapers – and MPs – have sought to challenge the court order, which suggests that it should be Parliament, not the courts to decide on the introduction of any privacy law.

Last month, the prime minister, David Cameron, said the increasing use of such clauses strict silence made him uncomfortable.

A report of a committee established by the Master of the Rolls shall report on their use later this month.

Legal BBC correspondent Clive Coleman said he would have to deal with the issue of online publishing.

“If not the super-secret order or can no longer be an effective tool in the administration of justice,” he said.

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