1. "It has come to Facebook’s attention that you are marketing technology that is designed to violate Facebook’s terms. Specifically, the “Defaceable” browser software offered at www.defaceable.com interferes with the proper rendering of the Facebook website, and places unauthorized graphics on Facebook profiles and pages. This software, and your activities associated with it, violates Facebook’s terms."

    Actually, the individual to whom Facebook lawyer Carla L. Reyes sent this letter has absolutely nothing at all to do with the Defaceable extension or anyone else associated with it. #duediligence

    Facebook Threatens To Sue TechCrunch Commenter — by Sarah Perez


  2. "Ceglia simply typed text into a Word document and declared it was the text of emails with Zuckerberg."
    — Facebook’s recent motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought by Paul Ceglia, seeking 50% of Mark Zuckerberg’s ownership stake in the fompany | Facebook Releases Emails From Zuckerberg’s Harvard Days - Digits - WSJ