An order to gag the Prisoner X case prevented Israeli coverage of the subject for more than two years. After numerous foreign media outlets revealed the prisoner`s identity and other important facts in February 2013, a court partially rescinded the gag order and allowed Israeli media to quote foreign news articles but not offer original coverage.  The government encourages the use of settlement agreements to resolve workplace disputes. It recommends that workers and employers find an amicable solution where differences cannot be resolved in the internal dispute resolution procedure, in accordance with the ACAS Code of Conduct. An amicable dispute is much better than a dispute that puts pressure on the legal system. While a throttle clause seems quite dramatic, when reviewing a transaction agreement, the corresponding section is usually referred to as a “confidentiality clause”. Typically, it prevents an employee from disclosing the fact and terms of the transaction agreement to persons other than the direct family or as required by law. The clause may also prevent the circumstances of the termination from being discussed themselves. A paragraph formulated under these conditions is one of the most frequent provisions in settlement agreements and is generally not in itself a cause for concern. Another way, like the above-mentioned principles, to prohibit confidentiality clauses that go beyond the terms of the transaction, is the extensive legislation regarding restrictions on the use of case information by a lawyer in future cases. The courts have found that lawyers cannot be prevented from using the information they have received in a previous case, even if some of that information comes from confidential documents. A Member may not be a party to or participate in the offer or conclusion of an agreement, whether in the context of the settlement of a dispute or in any other way, if the Agreement restricts the right to exercise a Member`s right.
A gag order or anonymity order is sometimes issued by UK courts in order to protect privacy, prevent harm to suspects, prisoners, witnesses, victims or to protect national security.  In the Allan Khappelov case, the trial was usually held under camera and the media was prevented from speculating on the case. . . .