Mark S. Zuckerberg Has His Facebook Account Deleted

Facebook has made Mark E. Zuckerberg a rich man but, for Mark S. Zuckerberg, it's caused a lot of headaches. The Indianapolis bankruptcy attorney who shares his name with the Facebook founder told a local TV station today that the social networking site disabled his account, believing he was lying about his name. S. Zuckerberg explained that when he signed up for an account two years ago, he had to send Facebook copies of his driver's license, birth certificate, and Indianapolis Bar Association license before he was permitted to join.

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