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I cannot access Facebook, even through Facebook.com. Why?

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My FB is disabled. don't know why. please send me a code to log back in


Facebook may disable your account for several reasons; some are to protect you, and some are to protect others from you.



Facebook states in the philosophy section on their Safety Center, "In reviewing reports of abusive content, we remove anything that violates the Facebook Terms or Community Standards."



Posting inappropriate content, harassing other members and going against safety rules are all causes for having your account temporarily restricted.



It is important to know the rules and responsibilities Facebook users must agree to follow.

If you are found in violation of them, then your account may be permanently disabled. Inappropriate Content

Facebook has strict rules when it comes to posting inappropriate content on the site.

According to Facebook\'s statement of Rights and Responsibilities, "Posting any obscene, pornographic, or sexually explicit photos, as well as any photos that depict graphic violence will have your account disabled."



For committing acts such as these, your account may be disabled instantly.



Harassment

Users who harass other Facebook members risk being disabled.

Repeatedly sending messages to a user or posting embarrassing and or offensive material to a user\'s profile all constitute harassment.



In Facebook\'s Safety Center, the company says, "We take privacy very seriously.

We work with law enforcement where appropriate and to the extent required by law to ensure the safety of the people who use Facebook."



Facebook strives to stop these situations before they escalate by giving users the ability to report abusive content when it happens.






Safety Reasons

Facebook encourages all users to report possible crimes of phishing or hacking scams to the site.

If a friend of yours flags a post as a possible scam, or someone poses as you on the site, Facebook may choose to temporarily disable your account for your own protection while it investigates the situation.

Restore Facebook Account

In order to re-activate your Facebook account, you will have to complete a few steps.

When you log into your account, Facebook will send a re-activation link to the email you signed up with.



Go to your email and click the link.

You will then have to enter a new email address in order to access your account.



If you believe that your account was disabled by mistake or due to a misunderstanding, you can report this issue to the Facebook help center in an attempt to get this process reversed.

Dec 31, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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I cant access my facebook..but i can access other web site..just the www.facebook.com cant access....even i type in https://www.facebook.com also can access inside...who can help me?


Do you access in your company, it could be disabled by your administrator. Try restoring your internet option to its default settings. Scanned your pc for possible infection of malwares.

Sep 17, 2011 | Facebook Social Network

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My facebook is not logon please help melikA


No one likes the idea of losing control of personal information such as that which is on your Facebook account. Unfortunately, if you are not careful you can lose control of your account to a hacker or a virus. Your account may be disabled, or you might not be able to log in with your password. There are several ways that things can go wrong, and the Facebook team addresses all of them.

  1. Account Compromised and Disabled
    • If someone else is using your Facebook account for illicit activities such as sending spam or abusive messages, Facebook will disable it if the activities have been detected. If this is the case, your account has been compromised. To address this problem, fill out the "My Personal Profile Was Disabled" form, at http://www.facebook.com/help/contact.php?show_form=disabled. The Facebook team will work with you to restore your account to you.
    Account Disabled but Not Compromised
    • Everyone who registers as a Facebook user agrees with Facebook's Statement of Rights and Responsibilities. If you violate this agreement, Facebook can disable your account permanently. If your account has not been compromised but you believe it was disabled by mistake, fill out the "My Personal Profile Was Disabled" form (http://www.facebook.com/help/contact.php?show_form=disabled). The Facebook team will review your case and restore your account if you did not violate policy.
    Temporary Suspension
    • Sometimes Facebook temporarily disables accounts that are engaged in suspicious behavior. If this is the case with your account, you will receive a message indicating this when you try to log in. Follow the on-screen instructions to regain access to your account.
    Account Compromised and Login Changed
    • If someone has taken over your account and changed your password so you cannot access it, Facebook will help you take back control. Report the compromised account and work with Facebook to verify your identity to get it back.
I hope you find it very helpful. Best regards.

Aug 17, 2011 | Facebook Social Network

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Your account is temporarily locked


My facebook temporarily locked please help me its been 2 days i tryin to go in but there's still not responce

Apr 06, 2011 | Facebook Social Network

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My frind requst disable pls what i do that my friend requst send .


Your friend requests have been disabled temporarily because you have been sending requests to people you don't know & one of them have reported against you.It will be enabled within 4 days automatically. Contact Help Center on your profile for further info.
Prevent yourself from doing such things as face book has power to disable your account too under some offences which you can read from the link given below!
http://contactdubai.com/tips/why-your-facebook-account-will-be-disabled

Apr 04, 2011 | Facebook Social Network

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Sorry, your account has been temporarily disabled as a security precaution.


You'll need to contact Facebook directly to have your account reenabled. You may contact them there: http://www.facebook.com/help/contact.php?show_form=disabled

Mar 26, 2011 | Facebook Social Network

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My facebook has been disabled i dont know why .. i didnt do any thing bad on it and iam sure that no one reported me . i bought chips from zynga poker with my visa card from about 24 hours ago and from...


Please review Facebook's community standards to learn more about specific types of conduct and content that are not permitted on the site.
If you believe your account was disabled by mistake, please follow the directions outlined here and Facebook will review your situation further.

Thank you for using fixya! I hope I had helped you with your problem. May you have a good day!

Mar 26, 2011 | Facebook Social Network

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It keeps stating that my account is unavailalbe


It will be temporarily unavailable for 24 hours. Verifications because Facebook team may have find unusual activity in your account. It will be available again after 24 hours.

If your account still not accessible beyond that grace period, then I suggest you email disabled@facebook.com and ask them to unblock your account.

Let me know if this help you solve the problem.
Please rate this solution. Thanks

Aug 20, 2010 | Facebook Social Network

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