Excuse me, Anne?
Punch me in the face.
(beat--then to CAMERON)
--will result in disciplinary action,
including the requirement to withdraw
from the College." That's what is says in
When did you memorize that?
(a little frustrated with this
TYLER (CONY ' D )
Sir, it's against University rules to
steal. from another student, plain and
You've spoken to your R,A.?
Yes sir, and the R.A. made a
recommendation to the Ad Board but the Ad
Board won't hear us.
Have you tried dealing with Mr.
Mr. Zuckerberg hasn't responded to any of
our e-mails or phone calls for. the last'
two weeks. He doesn't answer when we
knock on his door at Kirkland and the
closest we've come to talking face to
face is when I saw him on. the quad and
chased him through Harvard Square.
You chased him?
I saw him and I know he saw me and I
started after him and he disappeared
You know he could have you arrested for
harassment and attempted assault.
This isn't happening.
I don't see this as a University issue.
Of course it's a University issue.
There's a code of ethics and an honor
code and he violated them both.
You entered into a code of ethics with
the university, not with each other.
I'm sorry President Summers, what you
just said makes no sense to me at all.
I'm devastated by that.
What my brother means is that if Mark
Zuckerberg walked into our dorm room and
stole our computer it would be a
university issue, right?
I really don't know. This office doesn't
handle petty larceny and the only reason
I agreed to see you--Anne; by did I
agree to see them?
Colleagues of their father.
So you see?
This isn't a petty larceny.
This idea is potentially worth millions
Millions of dollars?
You might be letting your imagination run
away with you.
With all due respect I don't think you're
in any position to make that call.
I was U.S. Treasury Secretary, I'm in
some position to make that call.
Letting our imaginations run away with us
is exactly what we were told to do in
your freshmen address.
Well. I would try letting your-
imaginations run away with you on a new
Everyone at Harvard is inventing
something or starting a new business in
their dorm room- Harvard undergraduates
believe that inventing a job is better
than getting one so can I suggest again
that the two of you come up with a new
I'm sorry, but that-'s not the point, sir.
What's the point?
You don't have to be an intellectual
property expert to understand-the,
difference between right and wrong.
And you're saying that I don't?
Of course I'm not saying that.
I'm saying that.
SUMMERS looks at TYLER and then smiles...
Just start another project? Like we're
making a diorama for the science fair?
Yes. And if you have a goddam problem
with that, Mr. Winklevoss, the courts are
always at your disposal. Athletes don't
get special treatment at this school.
Do they get fairness?
They don't get to run to daddy. Okay?
This isn't 50 years ago.
Excuse me, sir, but in your analogy, is
daddy our father or you?
Both. Is there anything else I can do for
Well I wouldn't mind that much if you
took a flying--
Thank you for your time, sir. We
appreciate your seeing us.
Get the door on your way out, would you?
As CAMERON and TYLER exit, TYLER closes the door a little too
hard and the brass doorknob comes off in his hand. He drops it
on the SECRETARY'S desk as he exits