F1 » Max Mosley defeated in European privacy ruling


Former FIA President Max Mosley has failed in his bid to bring about a change in the European laws on privacy after the European Court of Human Rights ruled that there is no need for newspapers to have to abide by 'a legally-binding pre-notification requirement'

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andrew. - Unregistered

May 10, 2011 12:07 PM

Tough!

I am fed up of various public figures behaving like complete and utter a-holes whilst acting superior to the rest of us. Expose these lying hypocirtes is what I say!

Pre-warnings, super injuctions etc etc would set a very dangerous precedent for when there is eventually something that it is essential that the public have to know about.

Googolplex

May 10, 2011 1:26 PM

Maybe Max doesn't deserve alot of sympathy, but the notion that the media can pay spies to get footage of people doing whatever they may choose to do in private and then publish pictures of it (without notice)in mass circulated tabloid and electronic media is a matter that I for one feel some disquiet about.

Taz - Unregistered

May 10, 2011 1:29 PM

@Rob01

Very true....the irony.

I still get the feeling Mosley isn't that far away from F1, Todt's style is slowly becoming more like Mosley's autocratic management style.

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