…Is the news of the day.

Some unnamed but very married football star who has a superinjunction preventing newspapers from naming him got named anyway on Twitter (no I didn’t bother looking it up) by an anonymous account. So of course he is suing Twitter. And of course his lawyer told him “Yeah we can totally do that.”

But anyway, settings aside the fact that he’s suing the internet, if a British court says papers can’t say x, American papers can still say x and run with it, right? It’s not like the British courts have any jurisdiction over our freedom of the press, right? Right?