F1 » Mosley legal bid 'imperils investigative journalism'


As former FIA President Max Mosley takes to the stand in the European Court of Human Rights today, media experts warn that victory for the Englishman in his bid to amend the UK's law on privacy could have far-reaching implications

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Moke1310 - Unregistered

January 13, 2011 7:07 AM

In all comments the thinking has been about celebrity status or F1 links. How about the family connection? As the son of the leading British Fascist leading up to WW2 this shows poor taste above and beyond the norm. Sorry - he deserved to be found out in my opinion, his behaviour is offensive to those who lost family members to his families political allies. An embarrasment to his nation and the sport he should slink off in silence.
He is his daddy's boy, how did he get this far?

Alan D - Unregistered

January 13, 2011 1:52 PM

Moke: "As the son of the leading British Fascist leading up to WW2...."

So you Mosley should be held accountable for something that someone else did four years before he was born? You want him to be judged not by his actions but by his genetics. I find that offensive.

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