Hunter Sues Giuliani For Annihilating His Digital Privacy

Hunter Sues Giuliani For Annihilating His Digital Privacy

Hunter Sues Giuliani For Annihilating His Digital Privacy

Hunter Biden’s new legal tactic is to go after people, in this case Rudy Giuliani, for annihilating Hunter’s digital privacy.

Yes, the infamous laptop that Hunter abandoned in a computer repair shop is at the forefront of this lawsuit. 

Hunter Biden has sued Rudy Giuliani over his infamous laptop scandal, claiming that the former New York City mayor hacked and manipulated data on an external hard drive in a “total annihilation” of the disgraced first son’s “digital privacy.”

The suit filed Tuesday in US District Court of Central California accuses Giuliani and Robert Costello, a former federal prosecutor who defended Giuliani, of violating the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act when they accessed Biden’s hard drive.

“For the past many months and even years, Defendants have dedicated an extraordinary amount of time and energy toward looking for, hacking into, tampering with, manipulating, copying, disseminating, and generally obsessing over data that they were given that was taken or stolen from Plaintiff’s devices or storage platforms, including what Defendants claim to have obtained from Plaintiff’s alleged ‘laptop’ computer,” the filing read.

Keep in mind, after Mac Isaac’s started looking at the laptop, he realized the contents were such that authorities needed to be involved. Yet, the FBI sat on the information for a very long time. In which case, he then gave the laptop and contacts to Robert Costello. 

This lawsuit claims the laptop was hacked and all the contents were tampered with. As in digitally altered in order to make Hunter look bad. Except more than one forensic expert authenticated the laptop contents.

In May 2022, a copy of Hunter Biden’s hard drive was obtained by the Washington Examiner and examined by Konstantinos “Gus” Dimitrelos, a former Secret Service agent who has testified as a cyberforensics expert in dozens of cases. Dimitrelos, who was commissioned to determine the drive’s authenticity and whether there were any signs of tampering, concluded there was no evidence of any hacking or file manipulation and the laptop was indisputably authentic.

What’s laughable about this is that Hunter and his legal team have spent the last few years claiming it wasn’t his and that all of this was a product of Russian disinformation. However, as we’ve all found out, the FBI worked with Twitter and other social media platforms to suppress this information and only reluctantly admitted this summer that the information was real. 

What’s even more laughable is what the legal filing implies. If this wasn’t Hunter’s laptop, and the information on it wasn’t his, then how can he claim his digital privacy was annihilated? 

Here’s the other interesting piece to Hunter’s lawsuit. They are attempting to claim the data wasn’t really on the laptop, but was on an external device. Therefore, accessing it was wrong and again, it cratered Hunter’s digital privacy. 

Hunter Biden is facing three felony charges for obtaining a gun illegally as well as criminal tax charges. So, what does he do? Sues Rudy over the laptop data.

Quite the bold and desperate move from a guy who has claimed the laptop wasn’t his, it’s manipulated data, and a product of Russian disinformation.

Here’s another kicker to this. Since he’s suing over the laptop, then wouldn’t that mean the data ON the laptop is open to discovery? Therefore, and I’m not an attorney so am speculating here, wouldn’t Hunter have to testify as to the veracity or lack thereof of the data on laptop or external hard drive? Wouldn’t that make things VERY interesting in court!

Also, if he is claiming HIS digital privacy was annihilated over the dissemination of information from the laptop, then wouldn’t that make his lawsuit against Mac Isaacs moot? 

What is also laughable about this is that Hunter, while in the midst of facing major legal troubles on the federal scale, is now going after Rudy Giuliani. Why now? Likely a PR stunt, or a distraction. Or both. 

One other item to note with this lawsuit, which you can read here. Hunter filed as a resident of California, while living in a $16,000 a month rental property. The lawsuit is also attempting to go after Rudy’s various business entities, while admitting in section 35 that Hunter gave no one permission to access HIS data. 

Another big reason for this lawsuit? Money. Hunter wants general, punitive, and attorneys fees and costs levied upon Giuliani for annihilating his digital privacy. Good luck with that. 

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  • Cameron says:

    If that garbage human had taken some of the money he spent on crack and meth and applied to paying his repair bill, the laptop would never have come to life.

  • SFC D says:

    He’s never actually admitted it’s his laptop, yet he’s suing people for releasing the “embarrassing personal information” it contains. Ummm doesn’t that constitute admission of ownership? Doesn’t really matter, because our best intelligence experts said it’s Russian disinformation.

  • GWB says:

    Yes, this is obviously a means of trying to shut the accuser up. Get it smeared in the court of public opinion (because all those “intelligence assets” testifying to its Russian provenance isn’t working anymore) and it might provide some doubt in the minds of the more tentative D voters. Maybe they’ll get out and vote for The Big Guy in November instead of sitting home mumbling about his dementia and corruption.

    This suit should get thrown out as soon as it hits a judge’s desk, though. Because Hunter didn’t pay his bill, he forfeited possession of the laptop (and any external drives associated therewith). Therefore, any data on the laptop was now the possession of the new owner. Even if it was his to begin with, it no longer is. (Same thing if you stop paying on a safety deposit box – after a while everything in it belongs to the bank; or a storage unit – they will auction that bad boy if you stop paying for it.)

    Once those facts are established it should be an easy toss of the suit.

    This is also where you should learn not to keep important (because you need it or because you don’t want others to see it) information on your computer. At least not without backing it up to non-volatile media. And securing it. Oh, and paying your dang bills.

    • GWB says:

      Oh, also, learn to never keep important documents or heirlooms in a storage unit. While many auction buyers will offer to get you back personal papers, they don’t have to.

      It should go without saying that you shouldn’t keep bodies or other crime evidence in your storage unit, either. I mean, duh.

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