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Thursday, August 14, 2008


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Congratulations on your page, it is really interesting


I would like for someone to start a class action against Facebook for disabling people's accounts when they haven't done anything wrong. I have nothing egregious on my profile, but I they disabled me 9 days ago, apparently because i answered too many messages (4) too fast. I'm sick and tired of this crap. Tons of people are being disabled because they add too many friends, delete friends too fast, comment too fast, etc.

Let's see a class action against FB for that.

Adam Gleason

This is just an example of how arrogant successful organizations become - and how the postive unregulated aspect of the internet has a dark side. The answer is self-policing by users. Thanks for a good post.


Truly impressive and nice post about "Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Facebook And Its Beacon Affiliates", I really enjoyed this post.

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