Facebook is hugely successful, and now gets more page views than Google. Boasting 600+ million users worldwide with an array of applications, tools and fantastic demographics ad serving, Mr. Zuckerberg and teams can be very proud of what they’ve done.
However, in a recent array of legal documents from one of the original founders, Paul Ceglia – the case of “originality” and “ownership split” is SERIOUSLY brought into question.
The below image appears to show Mr. Zuckerberg being purposely deceitful about the state of “TheFacebook” during this 2004 email exchange. The email allegedly indicates that The Face Book website was not doing great, and Mark was ready to abandon it. Turns out, it was a raging success.
What do you think? Do you care?
Related articles to Paul Ceglia Facebook Legal Debacle
- Paul Ceglia Returns To Haunt Zuckerberg, This Time With More Alleged Email Evidence (techcrunch.com)
- Here’s the Email That Could Cost Mark Zuckerberg Half of Facebook (theatlanticwire.com)
- Another Facebook co-founder shows new evidence of alleged Zuckerberg fraud (venturebeat.com)
- The Guy Who Says He Owns 50% Of Facebook Just Filed A Boatload Of New Evidence — And It’s Breathtaking (businessinsider.com) *documents here