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Facebook Lawsuit: Plaintiffs Say The Company Reads Users’ Private Messages

Are your private messages being read by Facebook? On Dec. 30. 2013 Michael Hurley and Matthew Campbell filed a class action lawsuit against Facebook. The plaintiffs claim that Facebook “has systematically violated consumers’ privacy by reading its users’ personal, private Facebook messages without their consent.” The men also claim that Facebook scans its user’s ┬áprivate messages for links that lead …

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Yahoo CEO Faces More Legal Troubles

Ross Levinsohn, interim CEO of Yahoo, is facing more than just the continuing patent struggle with Facebook in terms of lawsuits. According to TechCrunch, This week could see a decision in a case that has Levinsohn as the defendant. The case accuses Levinsohn and other investors of fraud, breach of Contract and 10 other accusations. It was brought forth by …

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Ceglia’s Lawyers Ask to Quit Facebook Ownership Case

Another set of lawyers has asked to quit representation of Paul Ceglia in his ongoing claim that he is the true owner of Facebook. The lawyers at the high profile firm of Milberg LLP, joined in Ceglia’s fight only three months ago, now they want out. This is the ninth law firm to give up on Ceglia, but this number …

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Facebook: Motion To Dismiss Ceglia’s Lawsuit

If you’ve been following the Facebook lawsuit brought by Paul Ceglia in 2010, you’ll remember that Ceglia produced a contract he claims was signed by Mark Zuckerberg giving him the rights to enormously successful networking site back in 2003. Facebook and Zuckerberg have been fighting the claims and most recently hired a team of forensic experts to search for evidence …

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