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Gawker founder Nick Denton has filed for personal bankruptcy in the aftermath of a Florida jury's awarding 0 million to Hulk Hogan in a privacy case revolving around a sex tape posted on As a result of the verdict, which is being appealed, Gawker's parent company has gone into bankruptcy and is up for sale.

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Denton said he didn't personally play a role in publication of the sex tape, never saw a video excerpt before it ran, but gave perhaps the most full-throated defense of the Hogan story to date in the trial.

"With the benefit of hindsight, I believe it stands the test of time," said Denton.

"Judging it as a reader and as a former working journalist, [editor and writer A. Daulerio] clarified the situation and added new information about the participants of that evening.

He made a contrast between an American icon and the man behind the icon.

Denton tweeted on Monday that it was a "bitter day" for him but that Gawker Media would "thrive" under new owners. Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel bankrolled Hogan's lawsuit against Gawker, raising concerns about the power of the wealthy against the media.

publisher Nick Denton, the latest individual to take the witness stand in Hulk Hogan's 0 million invasion-of-privacy trial over the posting of a sex tape.As millions throughout the state headed to the polls on primary day, many registering their preference for a presidential candidate who has promised to change libel laws, the loquacious Denton had the opportunity to introduce to the jury (six members, plus three alternates) his publishing endeavors, his much-discussed philosophies on digital media, and his thoughts on the controversial post about Hulk Hogan that has culminated in the ongoing trial proceedings.Denton, a British entrepreneur who once wrote for the coverage about the drug use of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford — and said the Hogan story in October of that year didn't bring significant money to the company because there was no advertising for that story and the traffic spike didn't lead to sustained new readership.And he made a self-critical point about the public's obsession with celebrity sex tapes and his own interest." Denton added he was comfortable with publishing a video excerpt."There were passages that made me uncomfortable," he said."But as a whole, it was newsworthy, interesting and advanced our understanding." Sullivan asked why had to publish an excerpt of video itself and why that was important.

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  1. Gawker founder Nick Denton has filed for personal bankruptcy in the aftermath of a Florida jury's awarding 0 million to Hulk Hogan in a privacy case revolving around a sex tape posted on

  2. As a result of the verdict, which is being appealed, Gawker's parent company has gone into bankruptcy and is up for sale.

  3. Denton's bankruptcy filing Monday says he owes 5 million to Hogan.

  4. Filing for bankruptcy helps him keep Hogan from collecting. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

  5. Denton said he didn't personally play a role in publication of the sex tape, never saw a video excerpt before it ran, but gave perhaps the most full-throated defense of the Hogan story to date in the trial.

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