Now, two Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook
Jerusalem: Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, meet your Israeli doppelganger: Mark Zuckerberg.
Israeli entrepreneur Rotem Guez says he has legally changed his name to that of Facebook`s CEO, a gimmick meant to persuade the social networking site to back down from what he says are threats to take legal action against him.
He`s telling Facebook: "If you want to sue me, you`re going to have to sue Mark Zuckerberg."
He says a lawyer for Facebook pressed him this week to close his online business Like Store, calling it illegal. Like Store promises to enhance companies` online reputations by offering Facebook users free content only accessible by clicking "like" on the companies` profiles.
Facebook declined to comment specifically on the name change, but said it was going after those who violate the company`s terms as part of efforts to protect users.
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