Max Mosley’s case is the frontline in a legal battle for freedom of expression – The Independent

Posted July 7th, 2008 in freedom of expression, media, news, privacy by sally

“The case that could define the future freedom of the British press contains some of the key ingredients of a Whitehall farce: a seemingly respectable middle-aged man caught with his pants down, drinking tea and chattering away to scantily clad women in the language of the sitcom ‘Allo ‘Allo!: ‘Zey need more of ze punishment, I zink.'”

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The Independent, 7th July 2008