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Zuckerberg wants to pay native Hawaiians to get the f off his 700-acre estate - Democratic Underground

20.1.17

Zuckerberg wants to pay native Hawaiians to get the f off his 700-acre estate - Democratic Underground: Mark Zuckerberg is suing hundreds of people in Hawaii in his effort to create a secluded island.

The billionaire spent $100 million purchasing 700 acres of land in the island of Kauai back in 2014 and is still dealing with the fact that he doesn't actually have the exclusive rights to all of it.

Sounds nasty, right?

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The lawsuits, filed in Hawaii's state Circuit Court on Dec. 30, are looking to identify local people's claims to land within the area he owns — the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported Wednesday — to force a sale of those properties.


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