Not because youâ€™re a famous Internet figure you can do anything. This is a hard lesson learned by tech geek bloggerRobert Scoble when Facebook disabled his account for violating its ToS.
In his blog, Scoble mentioned he was using a unidentified software (Update: Scoble identified the software as that of Plaxo) to transfer his social graph or contacts to other places. Afterwards, he received an e-mail from Facebook stating:
And just like any celebrity, expect Facebook to concede and activate Scobleâ€™s account or else suffer the harsh backlash of the blogosphere.