So What if Facebook pays ConnectU $65 Million dollars?

The famous twins Cameron and Tyler Winkelvoss founder of ConnectU were reportedly paid $65 million settlement against Facebook, 65 million is nothing, since that amount is only based on Facebook stock that was valued at $15 billion - NOT!

I'm pretty sure this battle isn't over yet, WHY? Guess who's/are behind ConnectU?

The court complaint obtained by CNET, filed December 21 in Superior Court in Suffolk County, Mass., names as defendants ConnectU, the Winklevoss twins, their father and investor Howard Winklevoss, their business partner Divya Narendra, and their attorney Scott Mosko along with his firm Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett, & Dunner. The suit attempts to recover damages for the denial of plaintiff Wayne Chang's alleged ownership rights in ConnectU, as well as to charge the legal team with negligence and a failure to represent Chang adequately in court. Wohoo! Brace yourself Mark!

"Cameron and Tyler also revealed that after years of avoiding the social network they themselves have joined Facebook.

"We weren't on it for a long period of time," said Cameron Winkelvoss. "But it's a utility and we're deserving to take part in that. It's a great way to keep in touch with people back home."

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