It hasn't been a great week for Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
For starters, his company's brand new advertising initiative is facing serious backlash from users and advertisers alike (chief among them Coca-Cola, which has put a moratorium on its dealings with Facebook). Then, 02138, the independent Harvard alumni magazine, published a story rather sympathetic to the plight of three former classmates of Zuckerberg who are suing him for stealing their idea and initial computer code. Finally, Monday, a federal judge turned down Zuck's attempt to force 02138 to remove from its website a copy of his handwritten college application essay, as well as excerpts of an online journal he kept while at Harvard.
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Among the revelations in Zuckerberg's online journal ...