French Court Can’t help Max Mosley

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Max Mosley

Max Mosley had filed suit in a French court to have the News of the World(NOW) article removed from the internet.  French privacy laws are much tougher than British laws and Max apparently thought he could get a favorable ruling that would set a precedent for his legal action against NOW The ruling stated that access to British news sites via the web is not grounds for French law as it is a British site and the French legal system has no jurisdiction there.  The Court did rule that local French newspapers must recall issues that carried photos of the affair and a fine would be levied to organizations who did not comply with the recall.

All of this to say that Max is finding little help in constructing his legal case against NOW.

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WonkyDave
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WonkyDave

Man, the guy is slipping. France? Are you kidding me? Everyone knows that if you want something removed from the entire internet, you have to petition Al Gore, the man who invented it.

(I know it’s an old joke, but Al still makes me laugh)

mark h
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mark h

could Beijing lend a hand? I hear they’ve a certain talent…

WonkyDave
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WonkyDave

Mark, how incredibly insensitive to the Tibetians… but why can’t I stop smiling?…

North Korea could help as well. Kim Il Jung is the only person I’m aware of who is further out of touch with reality than Max.