Telecommunications (Interception Capability and Security) Act 2013

104 Court orders

(1)

The court may, in order to comply with section 103(3), make 1 or more of the following orders:

(a)

an order forbidding publication of any report or account of the whole or any part of the evidence adduced or the submissions made in the proceedings:

(b)

an order forbidding the publication of the name of any witness or witnesses, or any name or particulars likely to lead to the identification of any witness or witnesses:

(c)

an order forbidding the publication of classified security information or information about classified security information:

(d)

an order excluding any person from the whole or any part of the court’s proceedings, including—

(i)

the non-Crown party or the non-Crown party’s representative; or

(ii)

staff of the court.

(2)

An order made under subsection (1)—

(a)

may be made for a limited period or permanently; and

(b)

if it is made for a limited period, may be renewed for a further period or periods by the court; and

(c)

if it is made permanently, may be reviewed by the court at any time.