No doubt, Facebook is one of the internet’s hottest startups. The company has raised gobs of venture capital, has deals with companies like Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT), and is often rumored to go public or be bought out.
The company’s founder, Mark Zuckerberg, is just in his early twenties, fresh from Harvard. Over the past few months, several of his recent classmates have made claims that they are the real owners of the Facebook concept.
Such disputes are very common for early stage companies. And it’s also common for these companies to be sloppy in protecting themselves from legal claims.
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