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No sooner does Mark Zuckerberg succeed in swatting down the Winklevoss twins in their lawsuit...

No sooner does Mark Zuckerberg succeed in swatting down the Winklevoss twins in their lawsuit against Facebook, Paul Ceglia now steps up to claim he is entitled to half of Zuckerberg's equity in the company. Ceglia says he has the emails to prove his case; Facebook says the evidence is fake.
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  • Tort Reform
    12 Apr 2011, 05:34 PM Reply Like
  • I have a Friend request for Mr.Zukerberg.
    12 Apr 2011, 05:47 PM Reply Like
  • I doubt this guy has enough money right now to pay DLA Piper their standard legal fees, so it's probably taking this case on contingency. DLA is a reputable law firm, and there is no way that it would risk its (very) valuable time and reputation on a total crank. Given that this guy is an alleged fraud, I'm thinking that any investigation the firm did was very thorough. This isn't to say DLA Piper's never made a mistake, or wouldn't take a risk if the potential reward wasn't so great, but their presence now makes this case much more legitimate. If anything, their mere presence might bring Facebook to the negotiation table, regardless of the truth of the matter.
    12 Apr 2011, 06:00 PM Reply Like
  • My advise to twin. Take the money and enjoy it. You guys signed the contract.

     

    To all other gold diggers:

     

    Get lost. If somebody has the money, it is not yours. Go work and earn it. Just like lot of honest people do.
    12 Apr 2011, 07:30 PM Reply Like
  • tigersam: Mark Zuckerberg has the money now but it appears that he may not have earned it "just like a lot of honest people do".
    12 Apr 2011, 08:28 PM Reply Like
  • It the emails and contract are real, it appears Mr. Zuckerberg took seed capital and then dug up the tree and moved it, lying about so many things that he can't remember what he lied about.
    12 Apr 2011, 11:02 PM Reply Like
  • That is how gold digger or carpet bagger thinks.
    13 Apr 2011, 05:47 AM Reply Like
  • Mr. Ceglia lives in the town where I live, Wellsville, NY. Several years back he was charged in a case where he took orders for wood pellets (for stoves) and failed to deliver. It seems that even our own local newspaper can not decide whether this guy is involved with another scam, or if he truly has connections with Mr. Zuckerberg. wellsvilledaily.com will give readers an updated spin on Mr. Ceglia and his case.
    Personally, I do not know the man. I am waiting to see what happens with his case before I form an opinion.
    12 Apr 2011, 09:56 PM Reply Like
  • Who cares?
    12 Apr 2011, 10:36 PM Reply Like
  • Google cares. Because if Mark Zuckerberg's reputation is messed up or Facebook gets distracted in ownership fight, Google might actually catch up in social networking.
    12 Apr 2011, 11:52 PM Reply Like
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