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Hunter Biden Sues Computer Repair Shop Owner For Releasing His Private Data To The Public



Hunter Biden sues computer repair shop owner

Hunter Biden is suing Delaware computer repair shop owner John Paul Mac Isaac for invading his privacy and wrongfully sharing his personal data for political purposes, according to new federal court documents filed on Friday.

Isaac, a Trump supporter, opposed the presidential candidacy of Joe Biden, and gave Hunter Biden’s data to “political enemies” to help then-President Donald Trump in 2020, the lawsuit says.

“Mac Isaac intended and knew, or clearly should have known, that people to whom he provided the data that he believed to belong to Mr. Biden would use it against then-candidate Joseph Biden and to assist then-President Trump,” Hunter Biden’s lawyers wrote in the court filing.

In the lawsuit, Hunter Biden’s lawyers outline several ways Mac Isaac provided data to others – including when they say Mac Isaac sent a hard drive inside a stuffed animal to his father in New Mexico, and to a lawyer who worked with Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani.

Giuliani, Steve Bannon and Republican political aides ultimately got access to some of Biden’s data, which contained “sensitive, private material,” according to the lawsuit.

“The unauthorized accessing and dissemination of Mr. Biden’s data is offensive and objectionable to Mr. Biden, and would be highly offensive and objectionable to any reasonable person as they would not expect a computer repairman to copy and disseminate the private and confidential contents of someone’s data,” the lawsuit from Hunter Biden says.

A lawyer for Mac Isaac said his team was still reviewing Hunter Biden’s claims and would respond in court.

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