Facebook said in a court filing that an agreement at the heart of a lawsuit asking for half possession of Facebook doesn’t state the social networking giant and has nothing to do with it.
Paul Ceglia sued Facebook in July 2010 claiming that a contract he struck with Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg in 2003 entitled him to half the company.
The world’s No. 1 Internet social network with more than 500 million users, Facebook has already said the agreement Ceglia attached to his complaint was a fabrication and has typified him as an “inveterate . . . → Read More: Ceglia Didn’t Mention Facebook in Lawsuit Court Filing