Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Eisenberg portrays Zuckerberg who pretty much employed his cousin

There has been lots of buzz recently about Mark Zuckerberg. Given, since he started Facebook, he is kind of a large deal. For example, he just created a huge contribution to the Newark, N.J. school system However, the large buzz now is over the new film “The Social Network” The part of Zuckerberg was played by up and comer Jesse Eisenberg. Ironically enough, a cousin of Jesse Eisenberg was just employed by Facebook. Zuckerberg, who has been subject of lots of litigation in the past few years, has maintained he won’t watch the film.

Relative of ‘Social Network’ has it in. He becomes employed by social media

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The city of Newark, N.J., just got a huge monetary gift. This originated from Zuckerberg. The school system within the city was known for all of the troubles that continually happened it, reports the New York Times. This is why Zuckerberg ended up giving $100 million. The public schools of Newark have had the lowest test scores in NJ for a long time. The state took direct control over the school district various years back. Zuckerberg is the world’s youngest self-made billionaire, with a net worth in excess of $6 billion.

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Facebook is popular. It is really probably the most popular site ever. Numerous lawsuits are filed by people involved in its creation, all claiming Zuckerberg neglected to pay them what they were due. The film “The Social Network” addresses some of these claims. Zuckerberg was quoted as saying that he had no interest in watching the film.



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