Contact at facebook?

Discussion in 'Indie Business' started by Karima, Dec 23, 2008.

  1. Karima

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    There is a hacked flash version of one of our games listed as an application at facebook.

    I could not find any real support contact information at the facebook website. Just FAQs and canned responses.

    Do you know anybody working at facebook whom I could contact in this matter? Thank you!
     
  2. tafty

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    If you look at the bottom of any applications about page there are both "Contact Developer" and "Report Application" links.
     
  3. Karima

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    I clicked on the report button a long time ago. A message box said "Thanks for reporting" and that was it. There is no box to enter a description why you report an application, no way to enter contact data, nothing...
    No wonder the cracked game was not taken down after I clicked on the button.

    Funny me - thinking there might be a way to resolve the situation by talking to a real employee. I will now just send them a DMCA notification instead.

    Just in case anyone else needs to do this - you can find the information how to send facebook a dmca here:
    http://www.facebook.com/copyright.php
     

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