From THE TELEGRAPH:
The Archbishop of Canterbury has voiced sympathy for public figures who take out super-injunctions, defending their right to privacy and attacking the “miasma of gossip and prurience” that surrounds them. He said that very few people lead blameless lives and celebrities were not alone in wishing to hide from “ceaseless scrutiny” by the media.
Dr Williams told The Daily Telegraph: “Of course, if people behaved morally there would be no need for super-injunctions. But how many of us actually would be comfortable about the ceaseless scrutiny of every aspect of ourselves? This is a culture so obsessed with transparency that it can confuse that, I think, with this universal miasma of gossip and prurience.”
COMMENT: Well, well, well. I wonder what rattled his cage.