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Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by Get'emGonçalo on Sun 10 Apr - 19:41

@tinkier wrote:
@plebgate wrote:It is being reported online that the couple have been named in the Scottish papers today.

England and Wales are the only two Nations who cannot be told who they are.   Absolutely ridiculous. 

Democracy indeed.  BOOO
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I think MR NOODLES was trying to tell us something earlier.

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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by tinkier on Sun 10 Apr - 19:49

@Get'emGonçalo wrote:
@tinkier wrote:
@plebgate wrote:It is being reported online that the couple have been named in the Scottish papers today.

England and Wales are the only two Nations who cannot be told who they are.   Absolutely ridiculous. 

Democracy indeed.  BOOO
 Information here #superinjunction "I'm still standing"?
I think MR NOODLES was trying to tell us something earlier.
oops, should have read the whole thread. big grin
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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by Verdi on Sun 10 Apr - 19:54

@hentie wrote:With respect Amy Dean where a couple have extra marital affairs it destabilises a relationship or marriage. If not immediately it causes damage.
How can the repercussions not affect the children?
An 'open' relationship does not support consistency within a marriage and don't marriage vows count for anything anymore?
I think the answer to that is a resounding - NO!


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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by Praiaaa on Sun 10 Apr - 20:10

I was mildly curious about who it was - when I found it was like  - derrr.... and that is 'news' !?
Hardly.
(and it was only a couple of clicks on t'interweb  to find out')

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Post by Guest on Sun 10 Apr - 20:25

It's news because the Sun says so and wants us all to know (after paying the couple involved).
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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by plebgate on Sun 10 Apr - 20:27

I have done several clicks on the internet and still none the wiser.   Hopeless or what. lol.

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Post by Guest on Sun 10 Apr - 20:36

@plebgate wrote:I have done several clicks on the internet and still none the wiser.   Hopeless or what. lol.
Would you like a pm?  smilie
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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by plebgate on Sun 10 Apr - 20:39

Yes please LIR, like a bit of goss sometimes. high5

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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by BlueBag on Mon 11 Apr - 6:34

@Get'emGonçalo wrote:
@tinkier wrote:
@plebgate wrote:It is being reported online that the couple have been named in the Scottish papers today.

England and Wales are the only two Nations who cannot be told who they are.   Absolutely ridiculous. 

Democracy indeed.  BOOO
 Information here #superinjunction "I'm still standing"?
I think MR NOODLES was trying to tell us something earlier.
That's what I was wondering.
"Don't shoot me I'm only the piano player"?
If it is then it needs exposing.
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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by tinkier on Mon 11 Apr - 7:06

@BlueBag wrote:
@Get'emGonçalo wrote:
@tinkier wrote:
@plebgate wrote:It is being reported online that the couple have been named in the Scottish papers today.

England and Wales are the only two Nations who cannot be told who they are.   Absolutely ridiculous. 

Democracy indeed.  BOOO
 Information here #superinjunction "I'm still standing"?
I think MR NOODLES was trying to tell us something earlier.
That's what I was wondering.
"Don't shoot me I'm only the piano player"?
If it is then it needs exposing.
Ahh yes, "just like a candle in the wind"?
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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by whodunit on Mon 11 Apr - 17:06

People have the 'right' to engage in this type of behavior as long as it's not imposing on the rights of others.

If they engage in this sort of behavior with someone who will run blabbing to the press exposure is the chance they take, or it should be..

They should not have the right to use the law to muzzle the press. What they are actually saying is, "I have the right to a completely false reputation. I should be able to engage in any sort of behavior I feel like and still enjoy a whitewashed public image".

Boo hoo, you over privileged blowhard.
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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by Verdi on Mon 11 Apr - 22:31

@whodunit wrote:

They should not have the right to use the law to muzzle the press. What they are actually saying is, "I have the right to a completely false reputation. I should be able to engage in any sort of behavior I feel like and still enjoy a whitewashed public image".

Boo hoo, you over privileged blowhard.
I say old chap - that's a bit harsh isn't it big grin ?

All sounds very McCann'ish to me..

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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by Praiaaa on Tue 12 Apr - 6:23

Perhaps this is the beginning of the end of the superinjunctions  - hooray!

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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by tinkier on Tue 12 Apr - 8:37

@Praiaaa wrote:Perhaps this is the beginning of the end of the superinjunctions  - hooray!
Hopefully yes….but our government will continue to slap a "D-notice" on any case where they want something covered up!!…. [size=32]D-notice[/size]

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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by IAmNotMerylStreep on Mon 18 Apr - 14:43

Celebrity injunction should be lifted, Court of Appeal rules


43 minutes ago
From the section UK

An injunction preventing the reporting in England and Wales of allegations about the private life of a celebrity has been lifted - but he still cannot be named pending a possible appeal.

The Sun On Sunday had appealed against the injunction, which prevented it from publishing a story about an alleged threesome involving the man.

It said information had been published abroad and could be found online.

Judges gave the man time to apply to take the case to the UK Supreme Court.

The court said there must be no publication leading to disclosure of the celebrity's identity until 13:00 BST on Wednesday.

The celebrity - whose spouse is also well-known - now has until 10:00 BST on Tuesday to submit arguments to the Supreme Court.

It will then decide whether to hear the case - and therefore extend the reporting ban - or to throw it out, leading to the order being being lifted.

BBC legal correspondent Clive Coleman said the judgement, if it stands, would "effectively mark the end of the celebrity privacy injunction".
Legal landscape 'changed'

The man took legal action earlier this year after the Sunday tabloid newspaper tried to publish allegations about him.

Two Court of Appeal judges later imposed the injunction, which prevented him being named in England and Wales.

However, lawyers for News Group Newspapers - publishers of the Sun On Sunday - asked judges to lift the ban.

They said stories had been published in the US, Scotland and elsewhere - where the injunction does not apply.

Lord Justice Jackson said on Monday that details about the allegations were now "so widespread" that confidentiality had "probably been lost".

"Much of the harm which the injunction was intended to prevent has already occurred," Lord Justice Jackson said.

"The court should not make orders which are ineffective."

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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by Cmaryholmes on Thu 5 May - 8:08

So...what happened here? Has the case been swept under the carpet and quietly forgotten? Is so, it's an indication of how powerful individuals can control the media.

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Post by Mirage on Thu 5 May - 8:42

@Cmaryholmes wrote:So...what happened here? Has the case been swept under the carpet and quietly forgotten? Is so, it's an indication of how powerful individuals can control the media.
They probably had another gag put on reporting the gagging decision. 
Maybe they got a BOGOF. Pathetic innit?

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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by Cmaryholmes on Thu 5 May - 11:42

Probably protecting the children, not from the appalling behaviour of the parents, but from anyone knowing about the appalling behaviour of the parents.

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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by plebgate on Fri 6 May - 8:36

If you ask me they should save their money.   There's another celeb been named apparently in USA this week.  Couldn't even be bothered to take a look on internet.

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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by Cmaryholmes on Fri 6 May - 9:10

Me neither, they can do what they like ,but the point is the law is used to protect people who don't deserve it.

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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by plebgate on Fri 6 May - 13:56

@Cmaryholmes wrote:Me neither, they can do what they like ,but the point is the law is used to protect people who don't deserve it.
You are right Cmaryholmes of course and these people always seem to want to protect their families once they have been caught out.

Keep their privates for their spouses/partners it would save a lot of money and potential heartache once the story is inevitably posted on the net or in another country is my advice.

Unfortunately some people with a lot of money seem to think they can cover things up forever.

Maybe that was the case before the Internet, but no longer.

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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by Cmaryholmes on Thu 19 May - 14:42

So....Seedy Celebrity Succeeds in Supressing Salacious Stories yet again.... Money can buy 'justice'. No surprise there. The only surprise is that anyone thinks we have freedom of speech in this Green and Pleasant land.

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Post by pennylane on Thu 19 May - 15:20

@Cmaryholmes wrote:So....Seedy Celebrity Succeeds in Supressing Salacious Stories yet again.... Money can buy 'justice'. No  surprise there. The only surprise is that anyone thinks we have freedom of speech in this Green  and Pleasant land.


Social media has its own freedom of speech.  The McCanns are two more seedy wannabe celebrities who thought money and connections could buy their innocence.  Sometimes you can't silence the truth with money.

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Re: Is this the end of celebrity gagging orders?

Post by Cmaryholmes on Thu 19 May - 15:30

Indeed....the Internet is uncontrollable, for good or evil. Gerry's recent 100 blinks to the minute appearance on the BBC appealing for Section 40 of Leveson to be implemented just looks like desperation now. If the Mccanns can no longer rely on the papers to protect them, then theyreally are up the creek without a paddle.

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Post by pennylane on Thu 19 May - 16:28

@Cmaryholmes wrote:Indeed....the Internet is uncontrollable, for good or evil. Gerry's recent 100 blinks to the minute appearance on the BBC appealing for Section 40 of Leveson to be implemented just looks like desperation now. If the Mccanns can no longer rely on the papers to protect them, then theyreally are up the creek without a paddle.


Not only do they not have a paddle, but they've also got a gaping hole now too.....

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