I have discussed the difficulty of bloggers exposing the public disclosure of information, i.e. super injunctions. Moreover, the problem of getting the news leaked due to the internet is another challenge for super injunctions. In this article, we will cover how the internet leaked the Fred –Goodwin super injunction hiding his affair.
This morning, I witnessed some people using the internet and telling the real truth behind the super injunction. It’s about to reveal the affair of the defamed RBS boss Fred Goodwin covered by the super injunction.
The newspaper claims the presence of a super injunction this week. When Parliamentary Privilege was used to disclose, it prohibited recognizing Goodwin as a banker. It did not have any sense to all intent and purposes- he is surely a banker.
Furthermore, it is true as no newspaper recently published news of a banker in articles or deleted that news. So, it means that the super injunction must have made it up for something else. Some people assume that Fred had an affair.
The newspaper argued that making the news public would favour the public interest. As his relationship with a senior colleague may have gone against the code of the bank’s conduct.
But How did I get to know this? Here is how I found it out. If you google ‘Fred Goodwin affair’, you will get these results. I do not want to know if he has or not, and it does not matter to me.
Here comes the interesting part. If the super-injunction deals with a claimed affair, how come Google knows about it? As evident by the screenshot, someone has edited the Wikipedia that shows the claim of an affair. (You can see that here)
There is more proof about this, as you can see in the comment on this independent website under the story of Fred Goodwin’s super injunction. Another evidence is on Guide Fawkes’s blog, where the comments point out the real truth behind the super injunction.
In addition, Jon Slattery also expressed the same views on Twitter. There is no way of hiding it. Besides that, it is all over on newspaper sites, Wikipedia, independent websites, and blogs.
Now we have understood it is not only his wife whom he was cheating on. It was all of us, including the bank and the country.