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I have an app on facebook that is currently associated with my personal account. I want to move this app over to some sort of "entity"/corporate account.

To better explain the situation: I'm working for a company that's making a website that let's you share your interesting places and travels on a map. They decided that they wanted to allow users to post the resulting maps onto their Facebook feed.

I know that Facebook's TOS frowns upon people managing more than one account, and that apps MUST be associated to "validated" accounts. Is there a way to set up this "entity" account that won't violate the TOS?

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webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/23082/… This turned up as I continued to dig through the stack. For the mods out there, feel free to close this question/mark as a duplicate. I'd give both Dave and Mark a +1 if I could. – Axle May 4 '12 at 16:39

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