Winklevoss Brothers, Redux. Again.

February 8, 2011, 4:04 pm
Winklevoss Brothers, Redux. Again.
By NICK BILTON

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Facebook was born at Harvard University in early 2004, and since then, the company has gone through a lot of changes. But one thing has not changed: the bad feelings between Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s founder, and his fellow Harvard students, Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, memorably dramatized in the film “The Social Network.”

The Winklevosses, identical twins and Olympic rowers who own a competing Web site, ConnectU, are still embroiled in their legal battle with Mr. Zuckerberg over who came up with the original idea for Facebook. And in every way, the fight shows no sign of ending.

The brothers, sometimes known as the “Winkelvi,” fanned the flames of the argument on Tuesday when they sat down with The Daily to discuss why they are not satisfied with their $65 million settlement with Facebook. One brother — it’s difficult to tell them apart — told The Daily in the video above that Mr. Zuckerberg should “grow up!” The brother added, “Admit to the world and yourself what you already know is true.”

Facebook did not respond to a request for comment.

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