According to the Wall Street Journal (opens in new tab), Facebook, via Mark Zuckerberg its CEO, has filed two legal motions to force an online magazine to take some documents down.
The magazine 02138mag.com is named after the zip code of Harvard University, Zuckerberg's Alma Mater and is presented as "a lifestyle magazine with a unique community of educated, affluent, and influential readers: the Harvard Alumni".
The documents were originally published on 02138mag.com and were available at the time of writing.
They relate to the origins of Facebook with some dating as far back as February 2004 and they provides with some disturbing, yet interesting insights on how Facebook, as an unknown start-up, began.
They also shed light on Zuckerberg's personality as a young university student and give enough information for a fraudster to impersonate him.
Zuckerberg is particularly concerned that the documents might prejudice Facebook the current lawsuit it has with ConnectU.
ConnectU has accused Zuckerberg of stealing their idea to build Facebook and hit the big jackpot.
Mashable did not miss the ironic twist on the story (opens in new tab); "Bottom line, Zuckerberg doesn’t think it is cool when people reveal private data without asking first."