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Hunter Biden Drops Lawsuit Against Giuliani Over Digital Privacy Claims

Hunter Biden has agreed to drop his lawsuit against Rudy Giuliani and his former attorney Robert Costello, claiming they were responsible for invading his digital privacy. The agreement was filed in the Southern District of New York by the attorneys of the three parties. The dismissal has been seen by Giuliani’s attorney as a vindication, given the evidence taken from the laptop that led to Hunter Biden’s conviction. The lawsuit had alleged that Giuliani, Costello, and others had played a primary role in the “total annihilation” of Biden’s digital privacy. Biden’s attorney argued that the defendants had dedicated an extraordinary amount of time and effort to obtain, manipulate, and disseminate data taken from Biden’s devices. The lawsuit also claimed that Biden’s digital data had been tampered with before being sent to Giuliani and Costello. The motion to dismiss the lawsuit must be approved by US District Judge Jessica Clarke. This development follows Hunter Biden’s recent conviction on three felony gun charges.

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