Social network 2.0

Snapchat Sued by Stanford Grad

Hope Aaron Sorkin is ready to write a sequel to The Social Network. A Stanford graduate is suing the two founders of the photo-sharing app Snapchat, claiming he originally came up with the idea. A lawyer for Frank Reginald Brown IV (could he sound more like a Winklevoss-type character?) says his client originated the idea and logo and then spent a summer working on the app with the Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy, who later changed the passwords to the servers and cut him out. "We are aware of the allegations, believe them to be utterly devoid of merit, and will vigorously defend ourselves against this frivolous suit," a spokesperson for Snapchat told TechCrunch.