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My account was disabled because I was requesting friend data too often. I had Snap2Face configured to update every 5 minutes. I asked Facebook to reactivate my account and they finally did after 5 days. Here is the email I received from Facebook after the reactivation:

Your account has been reactivated. Please significantly slow down the rate at which you browse Facebook, or your account may be disabled again. We would recommend that you discontinue the use of the Snap2Face application as it appears to be flagging your account as abusive. Please notify the developers of this application that this problem has occurred. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused.

Basically, Snap2Face works great, just don't configure it for 5 minute updates or they will think you're a spammer.

By the way, Facebook deactivated my account without warning. It worked fine one day, but I was unable to login the next. They did not even send me an email to explain why.a

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