Former Formula 1 boss Max Mosley has failed in his attempt to force the media to give individuals advance warning before publishing stories about their private lives.

A judgment handed down Tuesday by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled that the media do not need to give prior notice of intended publication, with the court holding that failing to do so does not violate the European Convention on Human Rights.

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