Facebook threatened to sue Mark Zuckerberg, an Israeli businessman who legally changed his name to have the same as the founder of Facebook. The information comes from the Israeli newspaper “Holes in the Net” and was republished by The Next Web blog.
According to the site, businessman Rotem Guez decided to change his name to Mark Zuckerberg and sued the social network when his Facebook page was blocked. In response, the social network has decided to open a new case, now against the Israeli businessman.
In a term sent to Guez by Facebook’s lawyers, the social network asks Isarel’s Zuckerberg “never to access Facebook, its services, its platforms and its network, for no reason,” the newspaper said. Facebook claims that the new Zuckerberg tried to make money on the social network with features that can only be sold by the American company.
A term so that the process does not go ahead demands that Rotem Guez comply with certain measures determined by the social network until December 19. The Next Web quotes that Rotem Guez changed his name without saying anything to his family and friends.