BDN v McCoy  NSWSC 1723 (available on Caselaw) considered the public interest in victims of alleged sexual assaults not being prevented from litigating claims because of fear that principles of open justice will expose them to psychological harm and embarrassment.
The Court held at  that:
There is a very significant public interest in victims of alleged sexual assaults not being prevented from litigating their claims because of fear that the principles of open justice will expose them to further psychological harm and embarrassment by litigating their claims. In these circumstances, I consider the public interest in not dissuading claims being brought outweighs the public interest in open justice.
A pseudonym order was made pending any further order of the court, under the Court Suppression and Non-publication Orders Act 2010 (NSW).