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Max Mosley on 'wrongness' of removing someone's privacy

Ex-motorsports boss Max Mosley has lost his European Court of Human Rights bid to force newspapers to warn people before exposing their private lives.

The verdict in Strasbourg is a blow to his campaign for tighter privacy laws, although he has the right to appeal. Victory might have led to new privacy laws, which press bosses oppose.

Here Mr Mosley talks to Jeremy Paxman about the decision and what he thinks needs to change.

Broadcast on Tuesday 10 May 2011.

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