This Reuters think-piece certainly puts the tribulations of the Middle East in context, doesn't it:

See, the rich and powerful can get a court to bar anyone from saying mean things. The author continues:

Hahahahah. Yes, theoretically, if there's SuperInterpol cops who can take a helicopter to Idaho and kidnap a blogger.

So there you have it: whenever you complain about government wasting its time over things you might not consider important, remember that an MP used his position to name a soccer player who everyone knew was having an affair with a Big Brother contestant.

Mr. Giggs' response? He's suing Twitter. Which is like suing the air for carrying sound waves if someone says something you don't like.