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Fox Interactive head (and MySpace buyer for News Corp) Ross Levinsohn (pictured) on Brad Greenspan, the former MySpace founder who's sued MySpace for allegedly lying about its value to investors, and Fox for allegedly censoring him:

He's lost every single motion he's charged against us. It's like when Mike Tyson kept trying to win this fight, and the guy kept getting up, and Tyson kept knocking him down.

It's kinda sad...two years before we bought the company, they kicked him out. For a guy who got $40 or 50 million from the sale, I's too short.

[Spoken onstage at Web 2.0 Summit]