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F1 chief: Britain needs privacy law

F1 chief: Britain needs privacy law

Formula One president Max Mosley says Britain needs a privacy law to better protect individuals from press intrusion.
Mosley last year won a privacy suit against Britain's News of the World. The court found it had wrongly alleged that Mosley was involved in a Nazi-themed orgy.
Mosley's father is Oswald Mosley, Britain's leading fascist politician in the 1930s and a friend of Adolf Hitler.
Max Mosley told legislators on Tuesday that a privacy law would offer tougher protection to those in the public eye. He says he'll never recover his dignity.
Britain has no formal privacy law, but it is a signatory to the European Convention on Human Rights, which guarantees respect for privacy and family life.


Updated : 2021-07-24 01:14 GMT+08:00