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Google ordered to remove Max Mosley 'orgy photos'
The newspaper also published an interview with a woman who said she was one of several prostitutes hired by Mosley to pose as prisoners and Nazi guards. Police paint grisly picture of Sydney teen's final hours Your fridge is bad for the environment. Editorial Policies Read about our editorial guiding principles and the enforceable standard our journalists follow. Access to the comments facility has been disabled for this user View our policy. Speaker throws Brexit into chaos by saying May's deal must have changed for her to bring a third vote before Friday deadline Hedge row! That will be a matter of public interest par excellence if I may morph the rather exotic European legal term given to the higher echelon of public figures engaged in human rights litigation.
Max Mosley 'unlikely' to win damages from Google over sex party photos - Mirror Online
That will be a matter of public interest par excellence if I may morph the rather exotic European legal term given to the higher echelon of public figures engaged in human rights litigation. This is about the supremacy of law and NOT about Mosley's character, background or personal tastes. Mosley has already won similar cases against Google in France and Germany. We tried doing that, too, but it is never-ending. The company is so big and so arrogant, they do whatever they like, they think they are above the law.
Google, based in Mountain View, California, at the time said it would appeal the German court's decision, saying it sent a "disturbing message". This will become crystal-clear when the matter comes to trial," Mosley said after filing suit against News of the World, alleging invasion of privacy. The controversy heated up even further when a judge in Britain allowed Rupert Murdoch's News of the World to air on its website a videotape excerpt of the encounter between Mosley and the women. They have agreed to remove the URLs they are alerted to but will not remove the images entirely from their search engines. One-Minute Read Tories refuse to adopt definition of Islamophobia. The plaintiff has always insisted the party involving sexual roleplay with prostitutes in a rented London apartment was consensual, harmless and private.
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