Unusual Court Victory for Facebook

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According to the Post, Facebook accused Grunin of obtaining large advertising-related lines of credit from the social network, and then selling off those lines of credit for more than $350,000.

The Post reported that Alsup imposed a default judgment against Grunin for his repeated failure to respond to Facebook’s lawsuit, adding that the judge also referred the case to federal prosecutors for criminal investigation, writing in his ruling:

In light of the serious nature of the allegations herein, the clerk shall send a copy of this order to our U.S. attorney for her consideration and possible investigation.

Grunin, who represented himself for most of the process, has made a mockery of the case, thus far, with the Post reporting that he:

Readers: How do you think this case will play out?

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