If you're involved in applications, or methods, that go against Facebook's TOS I want to give you a heads up. A bit of background information. I was recently contacted by one of Facebook's lawyers, Joe Cutler. He had some stuff to discuss with me regarding alleged spamming, virus creation, software/scripts and phishing on Facebook. Apparently Facebook have been monitoring me since December 2010, although he said 2 years, which is odd because the dates don't match up. So moving on. Straight off the bat I was asked if I'm "Stella Artios" from BHW. Clearly they are active on this forum (*Waves* to Joe Sullivan). I don't hide my identity. Foolish on my part, maybe, but what's done is done. A lesson learnt. He then went on to discuss why he needs to speaking to me. He attempted to bribe me and wanted information on networks I've used. I've used a lot of networks in the past, and for some reason there was one in particular they wanted information on. They also wanted information on all publishers I'd worked with, anyone I JV with, and anyone that works under me. Basically said I have to come clean and be totally honest and open. Admit to everything :L In return for this information he told me it's possible that Facebook would be lenient with me. I asked what crimes I had committed, or what Facebook "say" they have on me. So he went on to explain and also said Facebook are looking to get Scotland Yard involved. Apparently my case was packaged and ready to be sent off to law enforcement if I didn't comply. To sort of cap things off Joe Cutler was attempting extortion, but choosing his words carefully. If I didn't hand over the information I'm basically f**ked. I'm not a grass, I told him this. If they want to press charges for alleged crimes than I'll deal with that. I shouldn't need to grass people up and hand over information to save my bacon. That's how snitches work. Not to mention I would lose a lot of friends and a lot of valuable contacts. Not worth it. You play the game, you get hit by the ball. Shit happens. The funny thing is even if I handed over information they could never guarantee 100% protection and they couldn't stop anything relating to criminal charges by law enforcement. He said that. So, this is a warning, or a heads up. Be careful who you speak to because there are snitches about that would have taken the bait. And keep in mind that it can take a long time for Facebook, or any other site to build up a case against you. This has happened to several people that I know of. I'm still waiting to see if they were bluffing or not. I don't like the shady games they are playing in order to get information from people. Scare tactics. I think it's only fair that people are aware of it.