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Super-injunctions about the sex lives of celebrities are not in the public interest: the law should not be used to argue privacy in these cases

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Super injunctions have been with us for some time. In the past, the University of Lincoln’s Barnie Choudhury has wondered whether the world had gone completely mad over the use and abuse of super injunctions. Now, after an MP let a Red Devil out of the bag, threats were issued to stop parliamentarians using a centuries old privilege and a committee made recommendations, he asks why on earth can’t we simply learn to relax?

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http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/37224/1/blogs.lse.ac.uk-Superinjunctions_about_the_sex_lives_of_celebrities_are_not_in_the_public_interest_the_law_should_not.pdf

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