The Master of the Rolls, Lord Neuberger, has published a report entitled Super-injunctions, anonymised injunctions and open justice. It concludes that a real change has occurred in respect of super-injunctions since the Terry case last year. Parties are not generally applying for them, and where they have been applied for, they have either been set aside on appeal or granted in the form of a short-term anti-tipping-off order. The Terry case should have dispelled concerns that a form of permanent secret justice was beginning to develop.