Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, the relentless accusers of Mark Zuckerberg, are planning to appeal the Ninth Court of Appeals decision all the way to the Supreme Court. The “Winklevii,” as Mashable puts its, contend that they were “defrauded by Facebook and Zuckerberg and that Facebook committed securities fraud during the mediation that resulted in the 2008 settlement.” So is there any chance the Supreme Court will grant the two former Harvard crew brothers a spot on the docket? Not likely. “The Supreme Court takes less than five percent of cases and generally only takes cases where constitutional issues are at stake,” Mashable notes.
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