Editor’s Note: This blog is not bound by the injunction in England and Wales.

Pop Goes The News — The British Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that people in England and Wales should not be able to read about the sexual exploits of Elton John’s Canadian husband David Furnish.

In a four-to-one decision, the court said there was no public interest in naming John and Furnish — the latter identified only as PJS.

Editor’s Note: This blog is not bound by the injunction in England and Wales.

UPDATE: The UK Supreme Court has ruled to uphold the injunction in England and Wales.

UPDATE: On April 18, Court of Appeal judges ruled that the injunction will be lifted on Wednesday, April 20 pending an appeal by Elton John and David Furnish.

Pop Goes The News — Elton John and his Canadian husband David Furnish are evidently hoping to scrub the World Wide Web of reports about their open marriage.

Reps for the couple this week are busily filing complaints and threatening legal action against websites that have published articles based on a National Enquirer story headlined: “Elton John Betrayed by Cheating Husband!”

Pop Goes The News — A popular British media blog revised a post late Monday after it was caught plagiarizing Pop Goes The News.

A post published in the Media Guido section of order-order.com contained significant passages that were copied from a story published at PopGoesTheNews.com last Friday.

Pop Goes The News — Veteran Canadian news anchor Suhana Meharchand revealed Monday she has been diagnosed with breast cancer.

Meharchand, 53, shared her battle on Twitter, adding that it is “very tough going.”