On the news today, someone on twitter has published many names alleged to have taken out super injunctions, much of the info was inaccurate, this set me thinking though. Firstly the claim that it's one law for the rich and that the poor can't afford these items. But by definition, the media hardly ever exposes the fact that Cyril Clunge has been having an affair, people who know him may or may not know, and people who don't know him don't care, but if it involved a 'celebrity' then there a loads of people ready to take a prurient interest. Secondly, if the existence of injunctions themselves cannot be reported, how do you find out they exist and that you mustn't report their existence? A bit of a catch 22.