Thursday, May 19, 2011
Finding injunction names for Dummies
As you are aware, UK privacy is being attacked by a few Judges who meet in private and censor the media (that is you and I) based on interpreting a deeply flawed Human Rights Act. This is wrong and is an affront to Freedom of Speech. Whilst the younger generation abandon their rights to privacy (e.g. Facebook), a few old duffers go in the other direction and decide what we can hear, see and comment on.
So you have heard Twitter is revealing super injunction names? Well if you want to know more you need to look further afield.
Here is a quick guide to how to find more information:
Follow these Twitterers
Follow these hash tags
View our exclusive free to edit spreadsheet with over 80 injunctions
Ensure Google autocomplete is on and type in the search box:
[Name of a suspect] Injunction
e.g. Jeremy Clarkson Injunction
Search Google/Bing/Yahoo for news - keywords being gagging order, injunction, super-injunction.
Search facebook for the terms super injunction, censorship or the names of people you think might be party to injunctions.
Visit these blog site:
View actual injunctions (they have 3 letter acronyms replacing the true names of the parties)
Court of protection:
Read about the latest opinions on UK privacy:
News websites most active in discussing injunctions:
Censorship, like charity, should begin at home, but, unlike charity, it should end there.
Clare Boothe Luce