Google removed hundreds of Max Mosley web pages

The internet giant said it dealt with requests on a country-by-country basis.

Google has removed hundreds of web pages relating to former Formula 1 boss Max Mosley's sex life from its search results index, the Leveson Inquiry heard.

But the internet giant said it dealt with requests for material to be excluded on a country-by-country basis, meaning articles and videos might remain accessible on other national versions of its site.

Mosley told the inquiry in November that he had spent over £500,000 trying to restore his reputation after a March 2008 News of the World article alleging he had a "sick Nazi orgy", something he strongly denied.

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