Facebook founder sued Again

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Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, two college friends Mark Zuckerberg, founder of social networking site Facebook, has filed a judicial review of the agreement they have created with Zuckerberg.

In the agreement both alumni of Harvard University has received compensation after they were accused Zuckerberg stole their ideas to bear up.

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, the twins along with Divya Narendra receive compensation amounting to U.S. $ 65 million or Rp 587 billion in 2008. Now they argue that the agreement should be reviewed.

Because, at that time Zuckerberg did not disclose the value up actually and the two brothers are considered they should receive more compensation.

Lawyer up, Joshua Rosekranz say there is nothing wrong with that agreement. According to him, no grounds are stated at the time up should reveal the true value.

Although already filed suit, the panel of judges at the Court of San Francisco has not decided whether to re-open this case or not. The panel of judges have until three months into the future.

Disputes surrounding the establishment up also at the core of The Social Network film that was released last year.

Social network Facebook was launched in February 2004 and until July 2010 has 500 million active users worldwide. In addition to capturing many users, Facebook provides financial benefits for the owner.

Last year up managed to reap revenues of U.S. $ 2 billion, or around Rp 18 trillion or an increase of 158% of revenues in 2009 amounting to U.S. $ 775 million.
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