I thought that https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ignorantia_juris_non_excusat is one of the core principles of the law and how it is structured.
Here is a snippet from the UK law: https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1989/41/section/97
In any proceedings for an offence under this section it shall be a defence for the accused to prove that he did not know, and had no reason to suspect, that the published material was intended, or likely, to identify the child.
The Court order itself:
The names of the children set out in the heading of this Order and the names of the persons set out in paragraph 1 are not to be disclosed in public without the permission of the Court.
My understanding is that I cannot disclose my name, because that would identify the children.
I am not talking about the Court using my legal name, I am talking about the Court using the fictitious name "Michael Freeman".
But if for some reason they go back and match the fictitious with my legal name then I can use the defence that I did not know?