John Paul Mac Isaac, owner of the computer repair shop at the heart of Controversial New York post story on hunter’s email, a defamation lawsuit against Twitter has been filled for around $500 million. Isaac owned the Mac shop, which the NY post cited as a source for the laptop from the Biden’s email was obtained reportedly. In response to story and sourcing, Twitter blocked down the article’s URL, citing the exciting policy around all the hacked materials. In his lawsuit, Isaac says that by doing all this Twitter marked him as a hacker, and then was the time when he began getting negative responses as well as threats for his business. He said that he was ultimately forced to close down his shop as well.
Isaac insisted on a complaint and said that he is not a hacker. He says that I was just asked to recover down the information from a Mac device on April 12th, 2019 and the recovery was complete as well. In addition, he says, I tried to charge the amount I own but they refused to give it and later called me and gave a designation of a hacker to me. Isn’t this wrong?
Isaac says he reacted both with the FBI and Robert Costello several times. Costello is the one who serves as attorney for Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer. Furthermore, NY posted published an article after receiving information on what the lawsuit stated. Isaac said that he was unaware of this article and is not having any information from the hard drive.
Shortly after blocking down the URL to this post, Twitter altered all its hacked materials policy. The website decided that not to remove any of the hacked content until and unless it is directly shared by hackers. In addition, Twitter has been sued for $500 million in punitive damages.