Cheating celebrities hiding behind injunctions were left reeling last night after their secrets were exposed by social networkers.
Facebook users have also set up a group dedicated to the subject.
Member Dyl Roberts said: “These people are in the public eye and make millions of pounds on the back of their stardom.
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Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales has waded into the debate over super-injunctions, saying current privacy laws are a "human rights violation".
The online encyclopaedia has fallen foul of UK privacy law in recent weeks, with details about those using super-injunctions appearing on the site.
Mr Wales told the BBC that such information would be removed because it did not come from a reliable sourc