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Man who repaired Hunter Biden’s laptop sues Twitter for saying contents he released were ‘hacked’

John Paul Mac Isaac, the Wilmington, Delaware owner of a now closed computer repair shop, is suing Twitter for half a billion dollars for implying that he is a “hacker.”  The case Mac Isaac v. Twitter, Inc. (link currently not working) was filed in federal court in the Southern District of Florida and alleges:

[25.] Defendant’s false and negligent statements about Plaintiff include: …

[b.] Posting the reason for the [New York Post account being locked] as it being in violation of Defendant’s “hacked material” rules …

[26.] Defendant’s Distribution of Hacked Materials Policy … defines a “hack” as “an intrusion or access of a computer, network, or electronic device that was unauthorized or exceeded authorized access.[“]

[27.] The Hacked Materials Policy further defines “hacked materials” as “information obtained through a hack.”

[28.] Defendant’s actions and statements had the specific intent to communicate to the world that Plaintiff is a hacker.

[29.] According to Meriam-Webster, a “hacker” is “a person who illegally gains access to and sometimes tampers with information in a computer system.” …

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