Max Mosley appealing ruling against requiring newspapers' prior notification

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Max Mosley, pictured above, is appealing a ruling against his call for prior notification. (Credit: Flickr, "makeroadssafe"

Former Formula 1 head Max Mosley’s attorneys have appealed the European Court of Human Rights’s ruling last month, reported.

The court ruled against Mosley’s call for newspapers to be required to notify the subjects of articles before publication — called prior notification — last month.

As iMediaEthics has reported, Mosley won in 2008 a privacy lawsuit against News of the World for its story of his participation in what the newspaper called a “Nazi orgy.”

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Max Mosley appealing ruling against requiring newspapers’ prior notification

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