EXT. QUAD - CONTINUOUS
INT. CORRIDOR -- DAY
INT. ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING ROOM - DAY
(for the record)
Cameron Winklevoss. W-I-N-K-L-E-VWO-S-S.
Cameron's spelled the usual way.
(for the record)
Tyler. Winklevoss. Tyler's spelled the
usual way and my last name is the same as
MARK stands before a panel of ADMINISTRATORS as well as COX,
the systems manager who was woken up in the opening sequence.
Mr. Zuckerberg, this is an Administrative
You're being accused of intentionally
breaching security, violating copyrights
and violating individual privacy by
creating the website, WWW.FACEMASH.COM.
You're also charged with being in
violation of the university's policy on
distribution of digitized images. Before
we begin with our questioning you're
allowed to make a statement. Would you
like to do so?
Uh...I've, you know, I've apologized in
the Crimson to the ABHW, to Fuerza Latina
and to any women at Harvard who might
have been insulted as I take it they were
by the things that have been said tome
in the last week. As for any charges
stemming from the breach of security, I
believe I deserve some sort of
recognition from this Ad Board.
I don't understand.
You believe you deserve recognition?
I pointed-out some pretty gaping holes in
Excuse me, may I?
Mr. Zuckerberg, I'm in charge of security
for all computers on the Harvard system.
I can assure you of its sophistication
and in fact it was that level of
sophistication that led us to you in less
That would be impressive except the
algorithm I used was written on my dorm
room window. Keep up the great work.
As the heavy wooden door from the hearing slams shut behind
MARK. EDUARDO is waiting for him.
Six months academic probation.
They walk out onto--
It could have been worse.
No it couldn't. They made me apologize.
To them. Over and over.
It's okay. You're fine.
I shouldn't have said the thing about the
farm animals. That was stupid. Everybody's
mad at me now.
Maybe, but at least everybody knows you
MARX is in his Operating Systems class. This is considered the
hardest class at Harvard and MARK is one of the 50 students
with their laptops open as the professor takes them through an
impossibly difficult lesson,