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Imogen Thomas’s Gag: When Secrecy Becomes A Tyranny

IN response to Anna Leach’s article on the allegation that a footballer is suing Twitter over his name being linked to an alleged super-injunction banning Imogen Thomas from naming him in an alleged affair, Alan writes:

It appears to many that the use of super-injunctions are the preserve of the super-wealthy to protect their privacy. There is no Privacy Law in Britain and lawyers acting on behalf of the applicants have been going to the High Court (English) to seek super-injunctions using an interpretation of the Human Rights Act 1998.

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Posted: 21st, May 2011 | In: Reviews | Comment