By Marcus Leach
The on-going row between the Winklevoss brothers and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has finally come to an end.
The twins have been at loggerheads with their former Harvard contemporary ever since 2008 when they originally reached a $65 million (£41 million) settlement.
Having claimed that Mr Zuckerberg stole their idea, later immortalised in the move 'The Social Network', the twins have decided to drop all proceedings.
In January they had initially looked to re-open the case, believing they were owed more that the initial settlement, but a US Supreme Court ruled that the initial settlement would stand.
Originally the pair looked to have that decision overthrown, but have since dropped the case, offering no explanation as to why.
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