Computer store owner sues Twitter over Hunter Biden laptop story

A Delaware computer repairer who made public the sordid content on Hunter Biden’s hard drive is now suing Twitter for libel – claiming his content moderation unfairly branded him a “hacker.”

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In October, the New York Post exclusively reported on the slice of damaging documents on the laptop that was left at the John Paul Mac Isaac repair store in April 2019 but was never recovered.

Emails detailing Hunter Biden’s shady business dealings overseas are said to be part of a federal tax investigation into scandal-scarred President-elect Joe Biden’s son, but social media giant Twitter immediately barred them. users share them online, claiming the reports were based on “pirated material.” “

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Isaac is now suing Twitter for libel, claiming the company has decided to “communicate to the world that [Mac Isaac] is a hacker. “

According to the report, Issac claims his company received threats and negative reviews after Twitter moderation and is “now widely viewed as a hacker.”

He is seeking $ 500 million in damages and a public retraction from the company.

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According to Issac, the customer who had the MacBook Pro repaired in 2019 never paid for the service or got it back or the hard drive its content was stored on. He was unable after repeated attempts to contact the customer.

Before turning the laptop over to the FBI in December, Isaac made a copy of the hard drive and then handed it over to former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s attorney, Robert Costello.

Steve Bannon, a former adviser to President Trump, informed the Post of the hard drive’s existence in late September and Giuliani provided a copy to the newspaper.

Twitter founder Jack Dorsey was dragged to Congress at the end of October to explain their unprecedented censorship of articles and Twitter’s subsequent decision to lock the Post’s account for two weeks – a move Dorsey later admitted as a error.

The emails and texts first reported by the Post detailed some of Hunter Biden’s business connections in China and Ukraine and revealed how he sought to involve his father and profit from his high office.

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Federal investigators are now reportedly investigating whether Hunter and his associates violated various tax and money laundering laws.

In September, Republican senators released a report on Hunter’s business affairs that said he “and his family were involved in a vast financial network that linked them to foreign nationals and foreign governments across the world.”