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#Facemash

From The42 Dunphy: 'It was never personal with Jack. If I were to meet him now, I'd shake his hand' Big Jack This post contains videos

Dunphy: 'It was never personal with Jack. If I were to meet him now, I'd shake his hand'

Big Jack celebrates his 80th birthday today.

Kristen Stewart as you have NEVER seen her Celebrities This post contains videos

Kristen Stewart as you have NEVER seen her

Feeling alright there, Kristen?

Made In Chelsea star's website asks public to rank attractiveness of TDs SexyTD.com This post contains a poll

Made In Chelsea star's website asks public to rank attractiveness of TDs

SexyTD.com invites visitors to rank the perceived attractiveness of TDs – in a way echoing Mark Zuckerberg’s Facemash.

PAUL CEGILA is claiming he owns 84% of Facebook, the social network founded by Mark Zuckerberg.

Cegila says he signed a contract with Zuckerberg for $1,000, and a 50% stake in the firm, in addition to “an additional 1% interest in the business for every day after Jan. 1 2004 until it was completed”. The contract was for web design and developing work.

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the contract is for “the purchase and design of a suitable website for the project Seller [Mr. Zuckerberg] has already initiated that is designed to offer the students of Harvard university [sic] access to a wesite [sic] similar to a live functioning yearbook with the working title of ‘The Face Book.”"

The Journal also points out that Cegila’s claim, said to be worth $12bn – $22bn predates the formation of Facebook, and may relate to Zuckerberg’s previous project – Facemash.

A spokesperson for Facebook called the lawsuit ‘frivolous’.