Nevermind: The Winklevoss Brothers Are Still Suing Facebook

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So maybe Tyler Winklevoss won't be updating his "pursuer of justice" Twitter profile after all. A mere day after everyone thought he and his twin brother Cameron had given up a long-running quest to get their share of Mark Zuckerberg's money by not pursuing a settlement appeal to the Supreme Court, they're back again. Yesterday, they claimed in a court filing in Massachusetts that, according to Bloomberg and Reuters, they are seeking to find out if Facebook "intentionally or inadvertently suppressed evidence" during prior settlement claims.

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