Mosley v SARL Google

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Mosley v SARL Google was a 2013 French court case in which former President of the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile Max Mosley attempted to make the internet search engine Google remove images of him engaging in a sado-masochistic sex act with several prostitutes.[1] The publication of the images in the (now defunct) British newspaper The News of the World was litigated in Mosley v News Group Newspapers and resulted in Mr Mosley being awarded £60,000 in damages.

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  1. ^ http://inforrm.wordpress.com/2013/11/13/google-go-down-in-paris-how-did-it-come-to-this-dominic-crossleyM