Monday, March 17, 2008

A particularly egregious violation

Your account was disabled because you violated Facebook’s Terms of Use, to which you agreed when you first registered for an account on the site. Accounts can either be disabled for repeat offenses or for one, particularly egregious violation.

Facebook does not allow users to register with fake names, to impersonate any person or entity, or to falsely state or otherwise misrepresent themselves or their affiliations.

I just discovered that my facebook account has been disabled, presumably because I registered under my Abelard persona; although, it's interesting that they never sent me an email or anything. I found out when I tried to log in this morning.

Let's see, I canceled my MySpace account because people like Campbell and Lauren were sending me requests to be my friend. Now I've been kicked off of Facebook.

I'm such a loser, at least when it comes to online social networking :(


Kengo Biddles said...

They cancelled Brigham Young and President Hinckley's account, too.

Abelard Enigma said...

At least I'm in good company - I guess.

Was there some sort of mass purge of egregious violators?

uncle arthur said...

I have as friends,James Dean,Bette Davis,and Penelope Pitstop.Pick another alias and run with it!
Not ALL the dead people are booted!

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Abelard Enigma said...

OHMYGOSH! I've been blog spammed. Have these people no shame?!?

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[kɹeɪ̯g̊] said...

At least you got a hug.

That spam has been floating around the queerosphere lately. I got it a few days ago.

Being particularly egregious in your violations sounds pretty bad.