I strongly believe that some the staff in these companies are out to destroy their employers.
I think I have 3 accounts terminated on Facebook. One of them had a constant advertising spending.... Their real ID, is a pain and complex when an account has to be owned by a business. They expect you to put it under one staff/directors etc
Much sadder is that they cut our account/pages are for social benefit. A page we were using to form the policy for licensing and regulating electric unicycles in HK got cut in the process of cutting another account. As the communities are very spread we actually also used adverts to find our "members" with our proposals and get them to vote and collect views. Also lost other admin rights to other pages with 2000+ members which meant no one administered them and became spam feeds.
I think that there should be a legal process to make dominant social network platforms, to handle restitution complaints properly and justify why you are banned and have to be properly handled and responded to. Being excluded and banned, often for no valid reason, can reduce opportunities for business and society. It is harmful and can cripple legitimate businesses.
Open a new account they say..... After you have been banned your cookies device finger print are on their systems and often as soon as you join, give me your phone, email etc, they ban you again immediately, because they think you are trying to circumvents their security.
I have even reached out to friends that work in Facebook and they said nothing can be done.
My friend recently lost whatsapp account as he joined a "Oculus Dev Chat group", he was immediately banned. Facebook reported that there had been excessive complaints against his post.
Should these companies be able to marginalise people at random