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 August 31, 2011  Posted by  Business, Court

Carolyn Thompson reports:

A man suing for part ownership of Facebook must give lawyers for the social networking company access to every email he’s exchanged since 2003, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.

Judge Richard Arcara denied Paul Ceglia’s request to delay Facebook’s access to his emails so he could object on privacy grounds. It was the latest in a series of court rulings that have gone Facebook’s way as the Palo-Alto, Calif.-based company and its founder, Mark Zuckerberg, aggressively defend against Ceglia’s claims that Zuckerberg signed away half of Facebook before it got off the ground.

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