People have been sent to actual prison for making racist remarks on twitter, for posting about the riots on facebook, for joking about an airport being closed... yet naming a rape victim, something that most people would agree actually is quite a serious offence, is treated far more leniently. Seems all out of kilter.
(I'm not in favour of the ludicrously heavy sentences for jokes or T-shirts, personally, but I do think naming a rape victim should be treated as an extremely serious matter.
Thing is, naming a rape victim is clearly illegal and wrong in itself, but it's also close to contempt of court or interfering in the administration of justice or something like that - it's flouting not only a law but the administration of the law. I'd say that makes it an extremely serious matter. Far more serious than wearing an offensive T-shirt or tweeting a stupid joke. Yet apparently a judge didn't think so. (Although the judge did say it was very serious, so why the extremely lenient sentences?)