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BerylStreep Tue 26-Feb-13 20:12:37

So there's a thing on the BBC website today, warning users of social media about the various legal pitfalls here.

However, if the point of a super injunction is that the fact the injunction exists at all is kept secret, how can someone be in contempt if they repeat allegations, but are unaware of the existence of the SI? IYKWIM?

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