is clickjacking against cpa network's tos?

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  1. lanbo

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    for example, making the user clicking a red square then blue square, which makes them 'like' and 'share' your site.. after that it redirects to a page with your widget.

    is that allowed?
     
  2. lanbo

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    Anyone know?
     
  3. blillard

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    My thing is if it sound unethical and you have to ask 9 times out of ten then it is but we are on BHW anyways lol
     
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    Unless it effects the offer you are promoting no. But Facebook won't like it.
     
  5. lanbo

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    What do you mean by affecting the offer?
    ->I would just be getting traffic from it
     
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    fb hates this kind of stuff for sure so be very care full with what you plan to do
     
  7. lanbo

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    So it's alright unless fb complains?
    It's just a small likejack when the user clicks the continue button
     
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    Most CPA networks don't allow breaking FB TOS.
     
  9. Grizzy

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    LOL "small likejack"? You are either grossly breaking FB terms or you aren't. There is no middle ground with clickjacking. I can't imagine that most networks will be cool with the idea of you exposing them to potential legal action.. so no, it's not alright.