Scottish newspaper names threesome celeb covered by Court of Appeal injunction

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A Scottish newspaper has named the celebrity who used an injunction to stop the Sun on Sunday from revealing his involvement in an extra-marital sexual threesome.
 
This follows two US publications also naming the man. The case has also being widely discussed on social media.
 
The interim injunction was imposed by the Court of Appeal pending a full hearing and is in force in England and Wales.
 
Free speech campaigner Mick Hume told The Sun: "Trying to suppress true stories through court injunctions in the 21st century is a double wrong.
 
“It does not work for those involved and it damages the public interest for the rest of us, by giving judges the power to decide what news is fit for us plebs to know.”
 
The Court of Appeal overturned Mr Justice Cranston's initial refusal to grant an interim injunction to block publication by the Sun on Sunday.
 
Lord Justice Jackson, who was sitting with Lady Justice King, cited in the decision the comment by the European Court of Human Rights in Couderc and Hachette Filipacchi Associes v France that kiss-and-tell stories about a public figure which did no more than satisfy readers' curiosity concerning his private life did not serve the public interest.
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