Friday, June 24, 2011

Winklevoss twins resume their battle against Facebook

Winklevoss twins, against all indications, continue their battle to claim more money to the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg. Despite having withdrawn appeal to the Supreme Court ruling that considered the economic adjustment they had reached agreement with the company in 2008, have now submitted a document in federal court in Massachusetts in which they and their friend Divy Narendra, seeking to determine whether Facebook "intentionally or inadvertently deleted evidence" in negotiating the pact which meant paying $ 20 million in cash and 45 million in securities of the company.
The Winklevoss have always maintained that Zuckerberg stole their idea and instead to work with them launched his own network. The Winklevoss believe the agreement reached in 2008 is invalid because they were misled about the real value of the company's Facebook and claim a higher amount.

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