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Facebook Gets Tough On Providers Not Following Its Policies

     
7:03 pm on Nov 26, 2009 (gmt 0)

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Facebook Gets Tough On Providers Not Following Its Policies [developers.facebook.com]
In an effort to keep you informed on the best ways to adhere to our policies and principles, while continuing to grow your business on Facebook Platform, we've created a list of monetization providers that are no longer permitted to operate on Facebook Platform or Facebook.com. These providers have violated our policies and/or principles. We'll keep this list current, so if you have any questions as to whether your provider has been prohibited from operating on Facebook Platform, you can refer back to the list at any time. If we find an application utilizing a banned provider on Facebook Platform, that application risks enforcement action.

We have also updated the list of other known third party providers that are available to help you monetize your application.These providers are not affiliated with Facebook and, therefore, it is your responsibility as the developer to ensure compliance with all Facebook policies and advertising guidelines when using their services on our platform.

[wiki.developers.facebook.com...]

9:54 pm on Nov 26, 2009 (gmt 0)

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Good move for FB.
Their Advertising Guidelines are incredibly thorough. For instance:

Ads must include logical, correct punctuation
Grammar nazis rejoice!

Facebook site features cannot be emulated
that one REALLY gets my goat. I'm glad FB has started to crack down on violators.
9:54 pm on Nov 28, 2009 (gmt 0)

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No wonder facebook only JUST became profitable. Idiots.
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@thetoltd,
farbeeit from my goal to encourage drive-by trolling, but could you please elaborate, explain, or justify?

FB has just become profitable, AFTER becoming incredibly, remarkably successful. That to me doesn't schmeck of "idiot"