Google had argued that the construction of search result filters of the type requested by Mr Mosley would threaten users' freedom of access to information while failing to remove the offending images from the Internet. He added that it would be "astonishing" if MPs chose not to implement the recommendations since "no responsible politician could allow the current situation to continue". The lawyers mentioned the possibility of 'fingerprinting' pictures, which would identify them as being unfit for publication. Your humble blogwatcher curated these bloggy bits. The footage was later found to show that while the participants were wearing German military uniforms, there was no evidence of a Nazi theme.
One said the kinky sex games with the year-old son of Fascist leader Oswald Mosley gave her 'the best feeling in the world'.
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