"While many users are abandoning Facebook, fed up with what seems like a never-ending series of privacy violations, a small cohort find themselves in the opposite position. They’ve been kicked off the platform, and no matter how hard they try — and they try really, really hard — they can’t get back on."
Frustrating stories here about folks whose Facebook accounts were disabled and what they have tried doing to get those accounts back.
Facebook says it is trying to get rid of the "bad actors" who have "fake accounts." So they did a major purge in May and disabled more than 3 billion accounts that they thought were fake.
But the poor people featured in this article were innocents who cannot get any help from anyone at Facebook to fix their account. These are mostly sad and unsuccessful stories of folks getting no customer support from Facebook with only a couple of successes.