Ian Josephs has a very pertinent comment in the comments section . I take the liberty of copying it:
"japanese deprived mother
Submitted by ian josephs (not verified) on Sun, 2018-02-18 13:30
Shocking indeed but at least she can protest to the media identifying herself and child (or can she?) In the UK about 200 parents per year go to jail for breaking the enforced secrecy that surrounds the UK Family Courts"
I posted a 'comment to a comment':
"So far, but - -
Submitted by Marianne Skanland (not verified) on Wed, 2018-02-21 21:41
Yes, Ian, as regards freedom of speech Britain is certainly the worst of the countries I keep track of regarding this issue. So far Norway, Sweden and Denmark have not forbidden the families to publicise their case. But I can tell you that if the family does so, it is used against them, as a proof that they do not care for "the child's best interest". Norway: It is punished with further sanctions when the family tries to get the children back, or the CPS cut down on the rare meetings which parents and children have been granted (ordinarily: 3 times a year, an hour or two under supervision; otherwise: twice or once a year. For a parent to be allowed to see the children every month is unusual). Certainly, both parents and others are not infrequently threatened, to make them shut up. Besides, there have been legislative changes here over several years, making the families' position increasingly difficult. For example, it is now punished by imprisonment to flee abroad with your children the minute the CPS send their demand for take-over of custody to the County Committee (a preliminary to the courts), long before any court-decision. There are further new practices, rules and laws brewing also. I know of similar examples from Denmark. I had one very good and well-informed contact there (she has unfortunately died), and several others, I have also taken part in a demonstration in front of the Danish Supreme Court, and I remember several cases where publicity was used against the family and where the authorities told the families that it was illegal, and searched in everything they wrote on the web to find something actually illegal."