Hulk v Gawk, Ad Infinitum
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One of the jurors posted to Facebook:
Those of you that know me know I take the Bill of Rights pretty seriously. This was a clear case of invasion of privacy and Gawker cloaking themselves in the 1st amendment was insulting at best.
Denton remains confident that he'll prevail on appeal:
The number was eye-popping. But in an interview on Tuesday, Denton simply called it "an indication of the strength of the jury's feelings."
Hulk claims he and Denton met at the urinal.
The same firm represents Gawker and the New Yorker, so what does the latter have to say?
“Newsworthy” is not the same as high-minded, and while many publications would not choose to publish a sex tape, the term can conceivably protect one.
Gawker alum Elizabeth Spiers reports Denton will be appearing on "The View":