Max Mosley has emerged victorious in his quest to have Google prevent scandalous images of the former Formula One boss from appearing in search results. A Paris court has ordered Google to automatically filter out nine pictures originally taken at a role-play sex party five years ago and later publicized by British tabloids. The photos quickly proved to be a headache for Mosley, with News of the World describing the gathering as a sick Nazi orgy. A UK court awarded Mosley a large settlement, ruling that News Corp and its now-defunct paper had violated his privacy. Mosley wasted little time taking Google to court on the matter, demanding that the search giant find some way to automatically filter the images and keep them hidden from public search queries.