Facebook has disabled your account. Did you happen to see that message as you desperately tried logging into Facebook site today morning or late at night yesterday? Facebook spokesperson came out with the reply stating that a bug was the cause of such problem. Some more reports, on a humorous side, also state that it was a bug that widely affected most of the female Facebook users.
Why Facebook Disabled your Account on Tuesday?
Apparently, Facebook representative reports that there was a bug that made Facebook accounts inaccessible. Terms and conditions mentioned on the Facebook website require the users to follow some regulations while using the website for sharing photos, articles and playing online games. The website also detects fake accounts that spam users and disable all such fake accounts on Facebook.
Did you also check your Twitter account after Facebook refused to accept your username and password? Twitter is also a popular micro blogging website. People use shortened URLs and even use it to share their grievances on Twitter apart from Facebook. When Facebook login was inaccessible early morning on Tuesday, complaints poured on Twitter. It was here that people discussed about their log in id’s being disabled.
User Response to Facebook Bug
Several Facebook users were shocked and surprised to find their accounts disabled on Tuesday morning. When asked, the representatives at Facebook refused to reveal the number of users affected by the bug. Invariably, there are millions of Facebook users. Many of them religiously log into their accounts every morning and some even continue to check their messages using the smart phones and iPhones.
Many of the CNN readers also complained of the Facebook bug that disabled their logins. Many more people also use this social networking website to keep in touch with long distance family and friends. Some users also got emails from friends and family members asking if they deleted their account or blocked them as friends.
If you are still unable to use your Facebook account, you can try to re-set your password. This seems to be working for many Facebook users. If yours was a fake account, unfortunately, it may not set right even after you reset the username or password. For others, do not worry if the website directs you to the FAQ page of Facebook. There is no need to worry about giving them any government issued identity cards and other details. Just wait for a few hours and the website will allow you to log in as usual.