Gasp! Lindsay Lohan violates Facebook’s Terms of Service

The Los Angeles Times reported earlier this week that Lohan gave Facebook folks an earful (ironically on MySpace) for supposedly erroneously disabling her real account. Celebrities often have difficulties securing their online identities. This was not another case of mistaken identity, this was a case of violating the TOS. Facebook most likely disabled her account for violating the Terms of Service which prohibits impersonating “any person or entity”. Lohan wrote on her MySpace blog that she was using a fake name.

How many of us have read the entire Terms of Service before we agree to conditions set forth? Terms of Service and EULAs are still considered contracts, even though they are entered into online. Think about that when you are installing software and quickly click throughthe EULA.