Saturday, June 8, 2013
"Nice" people are getting banned from Facebook.
I am sure you all would be getting " Facebook Jail" and "Nice people are getting banned from Facebook."
type message via your e-mail, or Facebook, something like that:
It is some how true, and hoax as well.
Facebook do ban if someone sends unnecessary friend requests and messages randomly to people at frequent rate they don't know, though ban is not permanent and no body is going to any kinda jail.
Has Facebook build a Facebook Jail?
I don't think so. Well, jail in a sense that people who get banned (temporary), wouldn't not be able to send any more friend requests, would not be able to send messages, or do chat in that banned time period with anyone, not even from their own friend's list, forget the others, however he/she would be allowed to use other features of Facebook without any inconvenience.
Question broach here is this happening to everyone?
We all add people, not random, but we do add, somehow, like we just meet someone, so is everyone is going to Facebook jail?
No, not everyone, only those who do this frequently, or their request being unanswered, or receiver had clicked "I don't know " button to their request.
Actually what happens, when friend request's receiver
continue sending these request or do anything against Facebook's stated guidelines after receiving a warning or multiple warnings, it may disable that user's account too.
this sending friend request is against Facebook's stated guidelines, and they states this clearly that this is merely for protecting their users. Facebook is one of the kind type of social network in this regard. Even if you try to log in, log off frequently like after every 15 minutes, it gets alert and gives warning message. No other social site has these types of protection/restrictions. This might be one reason whole population of world is here.
On other social sites, people add each other freely and randomly, and no one mind as well. Well, this is a real purpose of social networking_____meet others, rather than your mom and dad, make new different friends who share common interest, inn't?
However, there are also many how send these request for no reasons. They are mostly not that nice, actually annoyers. There might be some one who do that for hacking or harming. Who knows if the sender's intention is to harm that person?Your whole information from birth till now is on Facebook's timeline. It is also more personal than your other accounts on different websites.
And if you are so nice then give some time. Wait for another day to send another request. Why in such hurry?
So, it is definitely a social networking website, but on the there hand, it has its laws and regulations, terms and condition, which are tad tight than others in the cyber world. And, everyone is also not that comfortable in being friends with some total stranger from other part of the world or from their own locality either. It has become more like a home to many. Very rare let others to enter into their home. They actually add friends that they talk to in real life and family. Some even have set strict privacy setting to avoid such inconvenience.
It is mostly school kids who find it cool having 1000+ friends, not adult. C'mon, why do they want to add someone from high school, whom they could not stand even back then?
So what's your take : Is this OK to say "yes" to any total stranger's friend request just to save that person from getting banned, or this whole thing of adding total stranger is so wrong at all in your eyes?
And has Facebook ever banned you for any reason ?
My Two cent:
I don't mind at all. It is good to know as many as I can from all part of the world, as well as locally. I just avoid specific types of desi guys, will talk about them later. We all have such types of guys, no big deal. But still I don't send request unless and until I am dying to add, what if other might not like it, you know people, why she is doing that with their one eye brow raised and pulling their hair.
Yes, it has once banned me but for logging in and off frequently.
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