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A case to keep an eye on

By Steven | October 8, 2008

Max Mosley, who successfully sued for invasion of privacy over the disgraceful “Nazi sex orgy” hidden camera sting, is taking his case to the European Court of Human Rights with an interesting argument: the law should require the media to give advance notice to the subjects of their revelations before publishing them. That would give the subject a chance to go to court to stop it. Otherwise, he argues, privacy laws provide no real remedy.

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