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King & Wood Mallesons SJ Berwin paying Tory MP Jonathan Djanogly £5,000-a-month for one day’s work [Legal Week]

Google vows to fight High Court decision that it can be sued for an alleged breach of privacy in UK despite being based in the US [The Telegraph]

Dutch law firm says ja to Bitcoin [Global Legal Post]

Court rules child anonymity under 1933 act does not apply to Facebook [Press Gazette]

A new tort has been created [Twitter]

Police crack down on dogging parties involving men dressed as fairies at aristocrat’s Wiltshire estate [The Telegraph]

Briton appears in court accused of using secret device sewn into his shorts to orchestrate “courtside” Australian tennis betting scam [Mail Online]

“Genuinely good to see some criminal barristers fighting back against the uninformed rhetoric” [Legal Cheek comments]

Historic trial of the day [Old Bailey Online]

Heard in court [Facebook]