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Twitter Beats Hunter Biden Laptop Leaker’s Defamation Suit

Twitter Beats Hunter Biden Laptop Leaker's Defamation Suit

Twitter Beats Hunter Biden Laptop Leaker’s Defamation Suit

Law360 (August 31, 2021, 4:01 PM EDT) — A federal judge has tossed a defamation suit against Twitter for allegedly portraying the owner of a computer repair shop as a “hacker,” saying the court could not consider evidence such as a New York Post story that identified the man’s business as the source of files leaked from President Joe Biden’s son Hunter’s laptop during then-President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial.  

In an order issued Monday in Florida federal court, U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom found that Twitter did not defame John Paul Mac Isaac when it announced that the New York Post had violated its rules against distributing “hacked material”…

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