Former FIA president Max Mosley continues to pursue the right to privacy that he feels he was denied when sordid stories about his sex life appeared in the media two years ago, despite opposition to his legal crusade.
Mosley’s bid to have the laws rewritten, however, have naturally faced opposition, with sections of the media claiming that enforcing the right to notification ‘would have a truly draconian effect on the media acting in the public interest as an independent public watchdog’. According to journalism.co.uk, the UK government has also contested Mosley’s argument and called on the European court to rule his application ‘inadmissible’ as he ‘is no longer a victim and has failed to exhaust all his domestic remedies’.
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