At Gawker he was the editor-in-chief who oversaw the posting of the online video of Hogan having sex with his friend's wife. In a deposition, when asked when would he make the decision not to air such material he didn't skip a beat. He said probably only if it contained material about very young children. That cynicism became his signature. Generally, it was not well-received.
Well, the guy hasn't changed.
Yes, reports David Bixenspan in LawNewz, he has a new job in California. Before he leaves he sent a letter to Hogan via his lawyers. He asked permission to take his rice cooker with him to CA.
Since both Gawker and Nick Denton filed for bankruptcy, Hogan's lawyers made Daulerio fully financially accountable for the millions in damages. His assets have been frozen.
In some professional circles, the Daulerio persona may be welcome. After all, Steve Jobs positioned and packaged himself as the ultimate smart ass. The media loved it. At his CA job, Daulerio may attract a loyal following by being a type of anti-hero. After all, we all need something to differentiate ourselves from the competition.