" I had 2 facebook accounts disabled. The first one I set up in the name of our deceased son. The website said “In Loving Memory of…”. All my family thought it was great & were going on there to leave stories, memories, etc. & I was uploading photos of him from childhood on. My daughter-in-law found out & was furious, so she reported me to facebook as an “Imposter” account & they shut it down."
"In addition to the emotional distress people suffer, what about the connections people make to stay with others around the world? When those connections are lost, it isn’t difficult to calculate a monetary loss. In addition to many other scenarios, there may even be medical or healthcare advice being exchanged that could cause serious injury or death. I realize that facebook is putting the public on “notice” when it has the policy online. However, those wrap-around or adhesion contracts do not stand up in every state. Facebook should have an expectation that they could be hauled into court in any jurisdicton through long arm statutes."
"I have the same problem like many others who got disabled in facebook for 4 days already. Disabled by reason, either added friends too fast or clicking too fast on certain functions."
"I’d like to say, like many others here I have no intention to create any spam or damage to facebook or any people. But the same problem may be caused from requirements from games such as group adding provided by facebook."
"Facebook is not only giving itself a black eye it is also giving the United States of America a BIG black eye in the eyes of the rest of the world. I ask Facebook to please wake up and see the light. If you are so paranoid about your members governing themselves by self enforcement of your unknown limits and rates than at the very least give members an exact number that is considered a breach of your limits and rates and or place your own limit governors on whatever you want to governor and stop disabling members who are actually your friends as well as friends of other members. I believe if Facebook will place its own limit governors to enforce its policies or even better do away with limits and allow freedom to reign you will be creating good will for yourself and most importantly from your members and disabled former members."
"I lived for 11 years in Saudi Arabia where I had to look over my shoulder at times for fear I was doing something that could land me in trouble. I’m sorry that in the free world, I’m discovering myself in this bind. It’s almost felt like an entrapment of sorts - to be cut off from hundreds of very old friends just reconnected with from elementary school, and people who have known me through high school and university. A friend died this year and his Facebook account is a place where people still meet and talk. I can’t access that. Another friend is battling cancer, and I can’t reach the person who had been filling me in about that."