Recently a Wellsville man's lawsuit has been claiming that he has ownership of the social networking phenomenon by showing the emails and a signed document while Zuckerberg, owner of Facebook has said that these all are forged.
On Thursday Zuckerberg's statements were filed which included in papers by his attorneys in federal court in Buffalo. Zuckerberg has asked the attorneys to have quick access to the original materials, copies of which were filed with Paul Ceglia's lawsuit, and to examine Ceglia's computers and electronic media. The lawyers of Zuckerberg and his Palo Alto, Calif.-based company have showed that the contract is a cut-and-paste job, and the emails are complete false work and thus the entire lawsuit given in the court is a false work.
Zuckerberg has also revealed by swearing that he had neither any kind of agreement related to Ceglia's complaint nor he has written or received any of the purported emails. Ceglia's lawsuit was earlier filed in the year 2010 and again in the April of this year it has been filed again. The lawsuit shows a largely on a two-page "work for hire" contract bearing the names of both men.