I'm not sure what to think about the implications of the Max Mosley story. It's not like I hold the head of the FIA as any sort of role-model for how to live my life. And apart from a little prurient curiosity as to what he was getting up to it's really none of my business. Of course my opinion of the man may be modified by what I've learnt but it's hardly relevant to anything, the only people that he's answerable to are those involved. Of course this would be different if the person in question had been lecturing the population on standards of "decent" behaviour. I generally find those that complain loudest about the decline of civil society have the most to hide.