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Eduardo Saverin’s lawsuit put Facebook’s future in dark

Posted by on Sep 23, 2010 | 4 Comments

Duardo Saverin is co-founders of Facebook Along with his best friend Mark Zuckerberg . He has 5% share of Facebook, worth US$1.1 billion as of May 13, 2010. With the co-operation of both this friends Social Network site got huge success. Eduardo Saverin has invested startup capital for the site. But now he made a claim on his best friend and his partner Mark Zuckerberg to cheat him about his fair share in the company. Due to internal conflicts and differences of opinion with Zuckerberg, Eduardo Saverin claimed on him. This lawsuit put Facebook’s future in dark.

Eduardo Saverin

Facebook becomes source to pick up girls from their nerdy abodes in Harvard dorms for Mark Zuckerberg and Eduardo Saverin.The flick, due out Oct. 1, is depended on Author of the Boston book Ben Mezrich regarding the derivation of Facebook in a Harvard dorm room by separated computer nerd Mark Zuckerberg, who wanted to do something impressive to get into one of the best clubs on the Ivy League campus.  Now Zuckerberg with more than 500 million members, presiding over the largest social network on the planet, has condemned the flick as “fiction.” He doesn’t obtain these friends without making a few enemies. He claimed on one of his classmate for stolen his idea. Eduardo Saverin is other enemy of Zuckerberg because he made lawsuit on Zuckerberg.

According to the communications Saverin actually used Facebook as a free platform to advertise his other project named as Joboozle. Ben Mezrich, author of the Facebook-genesis tale “The Accidental Billionaires,” is one of the main reasons “The Social Network” presents. David Fincher’s upcoming movie germinated when Mezrich’s tome was optioned in 2008 by producer Scott Rudin, and Mezrich and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin. The movie focuses on relationships between co-founders Mark Zuckerberg, Eduardo Saverin and other Harvard students, who alternately work together and fight over credit.

Critics say that Mezrich uses fictional techniques in a nonfiction context, and relies heavily on the recollections of Saverin but not Zuckerberg. Screenwriter Sorkin said he out to present all sides of the Facebook story. He leaved it up to the viewers to decide who was right, who was wrong and whether the social network is one of the Seven Signs of the Apocalypse. Later Eduardo Saverin won the right to have his name listed among the other founders in a lawsuit.


4 comments

  1. peach says:

    You spelled Ed’s name wrong in the first sentence of the opening paragraph. How ridiculously sad for a “news” site.

  2. Sorina says:

    This is probably the worst written article ever published. Had you not read this over once before posting it, you could have saved us all from becoming a little more stupid. Absolute garbage.

  3. John says:

    This feels like it was written by an adolescent eastern-european.

  4. Laughter says:

    It seems the guys here who commented on this article are all quite clearly writers or something special – or clearly have nothing else to do….

    `they feel important now` ;o) sure the name is a bit off …. assholes

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