Biden’s son files lawsuit against computer store owner over data breach
president’s son UNITED STATES Joe Biden Hunter sued the owner of a computer repair shop. On this subject informed Bloomberg, citing the lawsuit filed.
According to the document, the son of the American leader accuses the owner of the workshop John Paul Mac Isaac’s invasion of privacy. The statement said Isaac received “confidential information and content, including confidential photographs and videos of Mr. Biden” and then distributed it, including to the media. It should be noted that the plaintiff’s attorneys will request a jury trial.
At the same time, according to the lawyers, this lawsuit does not confirm that the laptop actually belonged to Hunter Biden. “Most likely, Mr. Biden is simply admitting that at some point Mac Isaac received electronically stored data, some of which belonged to Mr. Biden,” the lawyers’ publication quotes.
The lawsuit followed a libel lawsuit Isaac filed in January against Joe Biden, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, CNN, Politico and The Daily Beast.
Early March became knownthat Hunter Biden was reported to the prosecutor’s office. According to the complaint, he advised his father’s press secretary when he was vice president on how to respond to allegations of ties to Ukrainian company Burisma.
Previously have been disclosed Biden’s son earns millions in ties to Ukraine And China. A year ago, the parquet Delaware asked documents regarding funds Hunter Biden received from Ukrainian gas company Burisma.