I bought and read today's Nasty of the World.
The Mosley privacy case is already having an effect. In a two page splash, entitled "PC Lunacy", the paper attacks a decision by North Lincolnshire police to have a half-day training session. You see the training session is about the impact of having a colleague who has had a sex-change operation.
But, significantly, they do not fully name the police officer. And they pixilate out her face. Even though there is expressly a supposed public interest angle to the story - taxpayer expense and reduced police coverage for a few hours in a high crime area - they did not have the courage to name and show her.
Before Mosley they would have done both and were probably intending to do here, hence the spurious public interest part of the story.
Will this effect last? I do hope so, but I will not buy the wretched paper again for some time to find out.