Here at TheSpoof.com and at Skoob News, we have the lowdown on all the super injunctions. We are aware of everything that's out there. But in the interests of national security, we can't really reveal what has been freely available since May 8th on a certain social networking website.
Quite frankly, the revelations aren't really earth-shattering in any way, which leads commentators to speculate as to why they were sought after at such great expense by the litigants.
It's patently obvious that this information would leak out via one unregulatable outlet or another sooner or later.
We spoke to a certain Premier League footballer, who's had a fantastic season, and asked him what he thought of the super injunction scandal?
"I haven't really been aware of it," he said. "But I can say that I'm an avid Big Brother fan. I've got all the DVD's round my palatial gaff. I keep 'em in me massive trophy cabinet."
The revelations suggest that some people can be utterly shameless.
And that some people actually are moved to acts of mild violence of a sexual nature, although that hasn't been confirmed.
Which is not to suggest that all the allegations are true.
Jemima Khan and Jeremy Clarkson - that really is stretching credibility.
More as we get it.