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  • 01.18.17

Zuckerberg still struggling with privacy settings on Hawaiian estate

It’s been quite a week for news of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and legal proceedings. First he was in Dallas testifying that Facebook-owned Oculus didn’t steal core intellectual property from another company. And now comes word that Zuck is suing many of the neighbors of the massive piece of property he bought in Hawaii in a bid to ensure more privacy for him and his family.

According to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, many of the 700-acre, $100 million property’s neighbors maintain rights to cross it, and Zuckerberg is none too pleased with that. The suits he’s filing against owners of a dozen or so of them would force them to sell.

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