See how many errors you can spot in the following item, on BBC News online today (Friday 18 March 2016) at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-35849140 (transcript accurate at the time of adding this post):
A Florida jury has awarded Hulk Hogan $115m (£79m) after the gossip news website Gawker published a sex tape of the retired professional wrestler.
Mr Hogan’s legal team argued that the New York-based website violated his privacy and video wasn’t newsworthy.
The case, which pitted freedom of the press versus a celebrity’s right to privacy, has been closely watched,
The video was posted in 2012 after Mr Hogan was secretly recorded having sex with his friend’s wife.
Lawyers for Gawker argued that although jurors may find the website’s action distaste, the concept of freedom of the press was more important to uphold.
Mr Hogan’s lawyers said Gawker did not contact Mr Hogan or the woman in the video before the video was published.
weighed freedom of the press in the Internet age versus a celebrity right to privacy.