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Interview with Max Mosley on Privacy Laws

After winning his case against the News of the World, FIA president Max Mosley says he wants the law changed so that journalists who breach privacy could face jail. He tells Clive Coleman how he is pursuing cases through the courts across Europe and about the idea of a fighting fund to help individuals do battle with the newspapers. Private Eye editor Ian Hislop responds.

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Tue 17 Feb 2009 16:00

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