Max Mosley on privacy

The former head of Formula One racing’s governing body talks about the difficulty of countering sensational claims made in a globally reported tabloid story, and draws a distinction between privacy and reputation.

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  1. A “no” vote to the statement, “Privacy is a condition for free speech.” I don’t believe we can use police state fears to claim an entitlement to privacy because then the police or company will also be entitled to same privacy. So, it is better to know the whole truth then only a half truth.

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