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Did you know you could have to many friends?  According to Facebook you can.  For those of you who have followed my Twitter & Blog posts last week you know that I was maintaining my "network" when [dramatic pause - GASP!]  

My account was diabled!  [epic fail face]  

Tonight I was re-activated after 7 emails to Facebook.  Read my post ON: My Facebook Disabled

See the Facebook response below.


From: Facebook Support

Date: December 5, 2008 7:42:34 PM EST
To: jojobickley[at]mac.com
Subject: Re: My Account
Reply-To: Facebook Support

Hi Joanna,

Facebook has limits in place to prevent behavior that other users may find annoying or abusive. These limits restrict the rate at which you can use certain features on the site. Unfortunately, we cannot provide you with the specific rates that have been deemed abusive.

Your account was disabled because you exceeded Facebook's limits on multiple occasions when adding friends, despite having been warned to slow down.

However, after reviewing your situation, we have reactivated your account, and you should now be able to log in. Please be aware that if your account is disabled again, we will not be able to reactivate it. Once logged in, please slow down the rate at which you adding friends. We appreciate your cooperation going forward.

Thanks for your understanding,

Anastasia
User Operations
Facebook

Facebook claimed that I was warned.  Checked my email.  No warning.  After investigating I found that Opera and Firefox may have a presentation layer bug hangs the browser and does not display the Facebook warning.

Facebook Backdoor: When your account is disabled and you have an iPhone - the Facebook app allows you to continue to access your friends, comment on photos and update your status.

This episode is over - for now.  Feel free to "friend" the shit out of me.

Connect to my network

ON: One To Many Facebook Friends via @jpenabickley