'"A Facebook administrator looks into each report thoroughly in order to decide the appropriate course of action. If no violation of our Statement of Rights and Responsibilities has occurred, then no warning will be sent,' wrote a woman identifying herself as Marissa from Facebook's User Operations department, according to an e-mail provided by Blank. 'If a violation has occurred, then a warning or more severe actions are taken. Unfortunately, for technical and security reasons, we are unable to provide details regarding the removed content. We apologize for any inconvenience.'""Blank spent a lot of time reading the Facebook policy for fan pages. They require that a fan page be devoted to some kind of sincere commercial enterprise....Blank feels he's satisfied the requirement by purchasing the domain BobTheWonderPoodle.com, and linking to that site."
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