Charon interviewed me this morning about the Max Mosley case. We spoke about the development from old-style breach of confidence to what’s effectively a British privacy law, with the new extended right of action for breach of privacy, and the way the courts now determine whether someone’s privacy has been breached. We spoke about the judgment’s effect on freedom of the press, about exemplary damages and a bit, too, about what the judgment says about the “law of sex”.

You can listen to the podcast here.