Respecting the Contempt of Court Act 1981 in the Age of the Internet

Live and learn – as a German / Slavic web publisher – about the UK legal system… I’ve just set six of my blog posts to ‘draft’, for I’ve been advised what ‘the system’ might do, if I didn’t.

In 1981, the Contempt of Court Act didn’t know about the internet, let alone the web.

It surely had in mind more the actors than the victims. For the mere idea of ‘contempt’ is the implication of ‘respect’.

But how can one have respect for a system that causes victims to set up their blogs and websites as their only ‘remedy’?

As Jeremy Bentham (1748 – 1832) said: where there is no publicity, there is no justice

It’s extraordinary what passes under the label of ‘democracy’, ‘fairness’ and ‘equality of arm’…

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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3 Responses to Respecting the Contempt of Court Act 1981 in the Age of the Internet

  1. Why Nigerian are not respecting LAW?

    • I’m afraid it’s Haringey Council that doesn’t respect the law: they took the children without ANY legal justification, invented a falsified letter later as a reason and created one allegation after another. They bribe anybody who comes their way to lie and make false witness statements – just to cover up their crimes. The list is so long that it is hardly believable. That’s why this case has been called the most evil and corrupt of all by people who have observed the field for more than ten years.

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