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Hunter Biden Has Just Countersued Computer Repair Shop Owner
In a breaking development, Hunter Biden has filed a lawsuit against John Paul Mac Isaac, the owner of a computer repair shop in Delaware, citing invasion of privacy. The lawsuit was filed this morning by Hunter Biden and his legal team in the U.S. District Court in Delaware.
The lawsuit alleges that John Paul Mac Isaac and others violated Hunter Biden's privacy on six separate counts. Hunter Biden is requesting a jury trial to determine compensatory and punitive damages. The 42-page filing includes significant details about how the data was obtained and disseminated.
Hunter Biden's argument is that, even if John Paul Mac Isaac had possession of his unclaimed laptop, Delaware law would have restricted his ability to access or share the data stored on it. The lawsuit promises to be a contentious legal battle, with potentially far-reaching implications.
“This is not an admission by Mr. Biden that Mac Isaac (or others) in fact possessed any particular laptop containing electronically stored data belonging to Mr. Biden,” the filing reads. “Rather, Mr. Biden simply acknowledges that at some point, Mac Isaac obtained electronically stored data, some of which belonged to Mr. Biden.”
John Paul Mac Isaac and his supporters have frequently cited a signed receipt that stipulated any unclaimed property after 90 days would be forfeited. However, attorneys representing Hunter Biden argue that the agreement was flawed.
They contend that the standard terms were inconspicuously located in fine print at the bottom of the page, positioned well beneath the signature line. Under Delaware law, personal property is considered abandoned only after a year has elapsed, and certain procedures must be followed, such as posting public notices urging the owner to claim the property.
The suit claims:
“As a result of Mac Isaac’s unlawful agreement and his conspiracy with others, Mr. Biden’s personal data was made available to third parties and then ultimately to the public at large, which is highly offensive, causing harm to Mr. Biden and his reputation,” the suit states. “The object of invading Mr. Biden’s privacy and disseminating his data was not for any legitimate purpose but to cause harm and embarrassment to Mr. Biden.”
The claim also argues that even if the laptop had been abandoned, that would only give Mac Isaac the right to the equipment, not the data stored on it.
“In fact, the Repair Authorization form states that the Mac Shop will make every effort to 'secure your data,’” the suit claims. “Reputable computer companies and repair people routinely delete personal data contained on devices that are exchanged, left behind, or abandoned. They do not open, copy, and then provide that data to others, as Mac Isaac did here.”
This suit is certain to bring more to light regarding the transmission of the data and who had access to the data as well as laptop.
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