F1 » Max Mosley launches final appeal against European Court ruling


Former FIA President Max Mosley has confirmed that he intends to appeal the European Court of Human Rights' ruling throwing out his bid to bring about a change in the UK's privacy laws - his final legal recourse

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andrew. - Unregistered

June 03, 2011 7:18 PM

This is beyond a joke. He should be charged with wasting the courts time. They have far more important cases to deal with rather than Mosley's frivolous hobby.

oh - Unregistered

June 04, 2011 6:59 AM

ridiculous. "take responsibility" how? who max mosley gets it on with and how he likes it has never been even remotely the business of anyone other than his partners and his wife. disappointed in the ruling, wishing him the best in his appeal.

Stoph - Unregistered

June 04, 2011 11:53 AM

How dare you people scrutinise what somebody does in their private life. The public have no business knowing about somebodies private life and the paper have no business reporting it! The press have a responsibility to expose stories that are in our best interests, such as with politicians, criminals, corruption, public services. This is nothing but stupid gossip that infringes on somebodies private life! The posters above, you disgust me! Because of *****s like you, Murdoch press get away with printing the rubbish they do!

richard

June 04, 2011 7:11 PM

andrew. the court appeal has nothing to do with what max was up to! it is about privacy, and everybody has the right to that. the final ruling will have wide reaching effect, whichever way it goes. like mm or not, he is still an emminent barrister.

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