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Mosley Wants Censorship Google Isn’t Willing To Give

ONLINE PRIVACY—FRANCE & GERMANY

September 5, 2013

Former Formula One boss Max Mosley wants Google to set up a personal filter to stop personal images of him from appearing on the search engine, Financial Times reports. The images of Mosley were ruled to be a breach of his privacy rights by a UK court in 2008. Google is willing to remove links to sites where the images are used, the report states, but says setting up a permanent filter for the pictures would mean an “alarming new model of automated censorship,” the report states. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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