They probably don't "like" this
story by Brian Orloff at people.com.
The twins, whose story was dramatized as part of the plot of David Fincher's Oscar-nominated film The Social Network, received a settlement estimated to be worth $65 million. As part of the deal, the Winklevoss twins received partial ownership of Facebook.
But the two claim they would not have settled, and argued that Facebook didn't disclose the "true" value of its stock, which they allege was four times higher.
Facebook counterargued that the Winklevoss twins were suffering from "settler's remorse," and the Ninth Circuit agreed.