In a stack of new articles published yesterday, Silicon Valley Insider claims and documents a trail of deception and greed around how Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg appropriated the technology for Facebook. The stack lists emails and IM’s from Zuckerberg to his earliest confidants and paints a picture not unlike other famous entrepreneurs who have gone on to financial fame and fortune but have left many of us scratching our head about how they got away with their misdeeds. By hacking into email accounts from accusers – Harvard Crimson journalists – Cameron Winklevoss, Tyler Winklevoss, and Divya Narendra – and using the data from TheFacebook.com’s logs and adapting it for the greater Internet, Zuckerberg appears to have pulled off one of the great all time heists since Bill Gates bought DOS for a song and a fast dance. The "Thefacebook.com" title being the name of the site used back in 2004 when Zuckerberg was a sophomore at Harvard. Now with 400 million members, the site has been through legal meanderings and the charges seem muddled at best. The first judge – in 2007- called the so-called "agreement" between the parties "dorm chit-chat" until another judge, in 2008, looked into examining Zuckerberg’s hard drive.