Facebook Founder worked on and dispute over 50% OF FACEBOOK! StreetFax.com
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- Tue, 28 Jun 2011 08:36:56 EST
- Fri, 08 Jul 2011 08:45:24 EST
I have for sale today the domain name StreetFax.com, Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg was hired and worked on this site while he went to school at Harvard! Also, it is believed that the StreetFax.com code helped power Facebook’s original search features.
The domain is in the middle of a massive legal fight over ownership to 50% of Facebook, that’s $35 Billion dollars at stake!!
This is a piece of Internet history - history of a website, brand and possibly the largest court dispute in history!
This website has been featured in countless Global News and TV reports about the current lawsuit Zuckerburg Vs. Ceglia.
One of the details Facebook, Zuckerburg and Ceglia agree on:
“Both sides agree that Ceglia, 37, hired Zuckerberg, then a freshman at Harvard University, to work on Ceglia's StreetFax.com project in April 2003.”
3 Days ago :
“Ceglia passes lie detector and calls on Zuckerburg to take lie detector too”
Facebook Fires Back:
Here are some recent news articles about the dispute.
StreetFax.com traffic is currently being directed to a Live Twitter Streaming Website.
Several inquiries and offers have been received - I thought it would be best to list it for auction.
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