Do I want Facebook to change their disabling policy? I manage a few MU sites and if you want someone off your site, by all means delete them/block them/whatever.
But for Facebook to disable the account and to keep the data/photos/videos/connections/blog posts, that is wrong.
The Facebook website was launched on February 4, 2004, by Mark Zuckerberg, along with fellow Harvard College students and roommates, Eduardo Saverin, Andrew Mc Collum, Dustin Moskovitz, and Chris Hughes.
The founders had initially limited the website's membership to Harvard students; however, later they expanded it to higher education institutions in the Boston area, the Ivy League schools, and Stanford University.
All of them asked “Why did your account get disabled? I, too, would question the person I paid to manage my Facebook page why their Facebook account was disabled. Facebook has still yet to give me a reason why my account was disabled.
After reading the reasons Facebook disabled accounts on their page I was still in the dark.
The publishing dates on the articles span the lifetime of Facebook, showing that the company has forever been on a behind-the-scenes campaign of disabling accounts at their discretion.
Facebook should allow those who they disabled to download their account, letting them retrieve their photos/videos/notes/etc., before going off to the barren wastelands of Google , or to RT their friends status updates (as opposed to ‘Liking’ it).
Imagine my surprise when I tried to sign into Facebook one morning only to receive the following message: My account was disabled? I tried to log in with another browser and I got the same message. Facebook supplied a form submission page for those wishing to write to Facebook about their disabled account, and I emailed them basically asking why my account was disabled and how I can get access back to the numerous pages I’m an admin for.
I explained that I manage a variety of pages for clients, and was always mindful about the content I posted – after all, my parents are on Facebook too.
I didn’t spam-add people, post sexual content, harass anyone.. Only after I read other articles did I understand a bit more.
Facebook can disable your account if your display name is . It was still phonetically the same, but spelled different than the rest of my family.