In one of the strangest items of the day, the ownership of Facebook is in dispute. Paul Ceglia, from Western New York, claims he owns 84%. Of course, Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook dispute this. But a state supreme court judge appears to be providing some credence to Ceglia's claim:

The day of Ceglia's filing, without notice to Palo Alto, California-based Facebook, Acting New York Supreme Court Justice Thomas P. Brown signed an order blocking Zuckerberg and Facebook "from transferring, selling, assigning any assets, stocks, bonds, owned, possessed and/or controlled by the defendants," at least until a hearing set for July 9.

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