April 15th, 2016
Episode 915 of 1708 episodes
A newspaper will attempt today to persuade judges to overturn a privacy injunction preventing the media from reporting on a celebrity's "extramarital sexual activities". The judgement could make it a test case, but have the attitudes of the press - and public - changed? In the age of the internet, when injunctions can so easily be subverted, Dominic Crossley and Dominic Ponsford discuss their value.