Question about Computers & Internet
Facebook will block your account when it detects a login from a location it doesn't recognise. For instance if you go on holiday and try to connect from a foreign country, you may be asked some questions before facebook will let you sign on again. Usually you will need to confirm that this is actually you trying to sign on by answering questions about your friends (such as who is this in this picture) or by entering some of your account information again. This is a one time test to make sure no one else is trying to access your account.
Go ahead and follow the on screen instructions and you should be able to sign on again.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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