Mosley’s loss is a victory for the British government – The Guardian

Posted May 13th, 2011 in freedom of expression, human rights, media, news, privacy by tracey

“Today’s ruling by the European court of human rights in Max Mosley’s privacy case is a victory for the British government, which argued at the hearing in January that countries were entitled to a wide ‘margin of appreciation’ – in other words, discretion – in deciding how to strike the balance between freedom of expression and respect for an individual’s private life.”

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The Guardian, 10th May 2011