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Editors vs judges: which right is supreme – press freedom or privacy?

Newspapers rage against judgment that endorses the injunction preventing them from identifying a celebrity involved in a three-way sexual encounter..

“Be you never so high, the law is above you.” When that term was coined in 1733, there was no electronic communication, let alone the internet.

Within the jurisdiction of the English courts, the law was supreme. Every citizen, whether politician or journalist, was subject to the rule of law…

Source: Editors vs judges: which right is supreme – press freedom or privacy? | Media | The Guardian

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