I was liking posts & reposting posts when I received message"...Your excessive likes violated our community guidelines..."?
Facebook is a privately owned company and website and can choose to moderate and control their website and network as they see fit. When you created your account you agreed to their terms of service, which you have apparently violated.
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I agree with attorney Zachary. Facebook has a set of terms of service (Agreement) that you agree to when you set up your account. If you violate those terms, they have the right to take action per the terms of the Agreement. However, in practice I have heard of issues like this with social media sites. I believe there is an appeal process for Facebook on their website where you can explain your situation. In many cases, since a human being is not monitoring the activities and it's left to computers and algorithms, certain behavior patters get flagged and accounts get a warning, suspended, etc. You should reach out to Facebook to get a better understanding of why this occurred.
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You don't get to make rules for a private company.
The above is general legal and business analysis. It is not "legal advice" but analysis, and different lawyers may analyse this matter differently, especially if there are additional facts...
I had my content blocked on Quora once. As a matter of fact all of my posting were automatically removed as SPAM. I followed the appeals procedure and they put my content back online.
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