Yesterday afternoon, Facebook's lawyers said they were "unsure" whether CEO Mark Zuckerberg had maybe kinda sorta signed 84% of the company to some guy in New York.
Today, they've decided to straight-up deny:
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg finally spoke out on a Web designer's strange claim to own 84 percent of the social network. Zuckerberg says the lawsuit is insane, and a Facebook spokesman implied it's part of a shakedown attempt.
Facebook isn't a publicly traded company, so it's not as though they
have to manage PR for the sake of protecting widespread panic about the
stock price. But it's still a company, and you'd
think the response to this lawsuit would have been a more organized Deny-Deny-Deny campaign from
the start, instead of opening with the argument that they're not entirely sure whether some guy in New York owns four-fifths of the company.