Dear Twitter User,Looking at that tweet, and the article it links to, I can't see how it can be in violation of the injunction which was just upheld. It doesn't name any names, and in fact it's very careful to avoid doing so.
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In addition, of course, I live in Scotland, where the injunction doesn't hold (and, indeed, I believe the names were published by a major newspaper).
If anyone would like to tell me differently, then I'd be fascinated to hear more...
Original post on Dreamwidth - there are comments there.