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The man who sued Facebook and its CEO, claiming ownership of 50% of the world's most popular social media website, has been arrested on federal fraud charges, various media outlets reported Friday.
A federal judge this week ruled that attorneys for Paul Ceglia won't be allowed to question Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg or search his computers at this point in Ceglia’s federal lawsuit against the social network giant.
With an impending IPO that could prove to be one of the largest in US history, claims of being an early investor in Facebook are flying fast, reports the AFP news agency.
Mark Zuckerberg's attorneys say they have found new evidence on a New York man's computer proving he made up his claim that he signed with the Facebook founder in 2003 to make him part owner of the social network.
In court documents filed on Thursday, Facebook lawyers claim to have found a "smoking gun" that will prove a New York man's lawsuit against the social network is fraudulent.
A suit filed last June claims that at least 50 percent of Facebook is owned by the plaintiff, Paul Ceglia of Wellsville, New York, after he signed a contract with Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg in April 2003 to design a website called "The Face Book" or "The Page Book".
A New York salesman who claims he has an ownership stake in social networking titan Facebook is now seeking 50 percent of the siteâ€™s value from founder Mark Zuckerberg.
LONDON, August 3, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The world's largest betting brand*, Bodog (http://www.bodog.com), are betting on whether Facebook will hit 1 billion users and also whether they will make an Initial Public Offering (IPO) before that happens. Founder Mark Zuckerberg reckons it's 'almost guaranteed' to reach the billion so Bodog.com have set the challenge: will they reach 1 billion before January 1st 2012: Yes Evens, No 8/11? Bodog.com slightly favour the 'No' side because in our...
A lawyer for Facebook said she was not sure if Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of the social networking site, signed a contract to allow a New York man to control 84 percent of Facebook.
Facebook is facing a lawsuit from a New York man who claims he owns an 84-percent stake in the popular social networking website--a lawsuit that they dismiss as "frivolous" but one that has nonetheless led to a judicial order blocking transfer of the company's assets.