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The Supreme Court is the final legal option open to Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, who allege that Mark Zuckerberg stole their idea for the social networking site.

 
 
Symantec has discovered that in certain cases, Facebook IFRAME applications inadvertently leaked access tokens to third parties like advertisers or analytic platforms.
Microblogging site Twitter has acquired social media client TweetDeck for upto USD 50 million, says a report.
American Internet giant, AOL, is cutting 700 jobs in India, but is outsourcing 300, a top company official has said.
 
 
The FBI is warning people not to open unsolicited links that purport to show photos or videos of the Al-Qaeda leader's killing, saying these could be computer virus.
General Atlantic is expected to buy a 0.1 per cent stake in Facebook, an investment which will value the social networking site at USD 65 billion.
"People write that stuff all the time. I don't know where these things come from, it's just a rumour," Dick Costolo, who took over as CEO last October, said.
Facebook receives a new round of investment that values the social media firm at $50bn, making it worth more than Time Warner, eBay or Yahoo.
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