The Hulk Hogan case could force the Supreme Court to finally draw the line between press freedom and privacy. The press might not like it.
On Friday a Florida jury awarded Terry Bollea, better known as Hulk Hogan, more than $100 million in damages for Gawker’s publication of his sex tape. The jury’s decision valued Hogan’s right to privacy over the freedom of the press. Gawker publisher Nick Denton said prior to the trial that he expec...
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