Ceglia responds quickly, with his own thoughts about the business model and name. He also proposes that they keep the site free and sell coffee mugs and t-shirts, etc.
Business Insider on Paul Ceglia’s lawsuit claiming he owns 50% the face book. Sure, this piece has plenty of scans of the lawsuit and walks you through all the details, but completely misses the fact that this guy wasn’t even in the movie. (“Coffee mugs aren’t cool. You know what’s cool? T-shirts. T-shirts are cool.”)