Max Mosley: Google Is So ‘Arrogant They Do Whatever They Like’

In an interview, former racing boss Max Mosley discusses his successful legal battle against Google to filter out compromising sex photos, the fight for Internet privacy in the era of NSA spying and his endless quest for justice.Born in London in 1940, Max Mosley served as the long-time president of the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), the governing body for Formula One and other international motor sports. The 73-year-old’s name is one of the best-known in the motor racing world. On March 30, 2008, the now defunct, Rupert Murdoch-owned News of the World tabloid published published stills from video images secretly taken of an S&M party involving Mosley and uniformed women.In July 2008, Mosley won a British High Court case against News of the World for invasion of privacy. The court ordered the newspaper to pay a fine of £60,000 (€76,000). The court also stated there was “no evidence that the gathering on March 28, 2008, was intended to be an enactment of Nazi behavior or adoption of any of its attitudes.”

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