Saturday, May 14, 2011

Gagging orders: Are you good with spreadsheets?


The time is coming where a full list of injunctions and gagging orders needs to be known.

The Telegraph has told us there are 80 of these and that the UK government does not have a complete list. Given the Telegraph are unlikely to reveal their list, we should compile our own and send it to David Cameron and encourage him to stop this practice of Judge driven privacy gagging.

So there is a spreadsheet

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0AsCgLsWCUlhFdE1RWUU0UzJYTHk3TzBlcVBBMzNVRUE&hl=en&authkey=CJiN6NIJ


It needs completing. Anyone fancy doing that? There is no login and anyone can edit it. Wikipedia style.

2 comments:

  1. The Stephen Nolan entry was clearly bullshit.

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  2. As with the Jeremiah Kahn story, I would imagine the Stephen Nolan (or any other story) will be denied by the individual/press if it's untrue.

    This is one of the problems with Super Injunctions, they actually encourage fishing for rumours.

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