The initial puplic offering of FaceBook flopped on the NASDAQ. This is good news. It is rumored that the sinister bad bank Morgan Stanley had to eat it. When the offering price failed, the bad bankers had to come in and prop up the price. As it turns out, Mark Zuckerberg may be one of the largest criminals in our times. Just say NO to proping up sketchy shysters.
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Dear Mark Zuckerberg,
It is my understanding that you have stolen my Intellectual Property Rights, as well as, a host of other crimes. I can prove that you have stolen my property… and, I want my money back. More importantly, I have many friends. You have stolen from them, too.
In the process of your theft, you committed many other even more serious crimes having to do with basic human rights, the Constitution of the United States of America (including the Bill Of Rights) and a multitude of specific local criminal activity.
Not only do we want our money back, we insist on additional restitution and time in jail.
Please turn yourself in.
PS Are your evil ways why you, and your friends, spend so much of our money on private protection and security… while you are violating ours?
About The Need For Security.
This is a reference to the Mayor of New York’s Bloomsberg report pointing out the most stockholder money being spent on personal security. The only person mentioned spending more:
Zynga Outspends Many To Protect CEO Pincus
Why are these guys so afraid?
Independent resource The Wall Street Journal
PHILADELPHIA, PA — One of the pioneers of the world wide web has come out against the advertising practices of FaceBook.
The primary reason: “Sponsors violate you (as well as, your friends) privacy and security. In a criminal sense, Sponsors (in conspiracy with FaceBook) violate basic human rights. Not only is it a crime in the United States of America, it is recognized as an international crime.”
* Did you know your name shows up under sponsored links?
* Did you know you expose your friends through sponsored links?
WARNING: If you are a FaceBook user, make certain that you understand the privacy settings. They are purposely set to violate you.
LETTER TO MY FRIENDS:
FaceBook is getting ready to sell your content. How much are they paying you? I suggest not. Have you seen this?
RESPONSE TO INPUT:
PHILADELPHIA, PA: The word on the street is FaceBook may be going public (in an IPO) as soon as this coming week.
Will the new owners of FaceBook, those people who buy shares, be responsible for my privacy and security? Is it possible for individual shareholders to be accountable for what their company does?
At one point in time, people believed the corporate umbrella might shield them from illegal activities. Then, board members and executives found they were the defendants in civil and criminal suits. They thought a new type of insurance would protect them. It does not.