17 Feb Former F1 Boss Launches Case Against Media’s Invasion of Privacy
Earlier this week, former Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) president Max Mosley has filed a case against several members of the media for reporting on his personal life.
It was noted that Mosley is the first person in the UK who is invoking the country’s data protection laws to strongarm newspapers and reporters from publishing sordid details about his lifestyle and rumors that he was funding state-recognized press regulator Impress.
Mosley has previously won a case against a newspaper who said that the F1 boss had been engaging in Nazi-themed roleplay.
Source: The Week