And while we’re discussing 1-A defenses to privacy lawsuits, here’s an update on the Hulk Hogan case: AP reports that Gawker has filed a motion in Florida court seeking a new trial.
“Gawker is now beginning the process of challenging the jury’s verdict in a trial where key evidence was wrongly withheld and the jury was not properly instructed on the Constitutional standards for newsworthiness,” Gawker wrote in a statement. “So we expect to be fully vindicated. And even if the verdict were to stand, there is no justification for awarding tens of millions of dollars never seen by victims of death and serious injuries.”
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