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Yes, yet I don't see how they could have something in their ToS that says "you can't change the appearance of the website" since each user can see a website however he wants (Facebook does not describe the rendering of their site, only the markup of their site, it's up to the user..or it's own browser.. to interpret the markup in a rendering.. by cleverly omitting some divs & moving others somewhere else for instance!)

I don't think it's unreasonable to include, base on the assumption that they exercise it infrequently and with discretion. For instance, they probably wouldn't go after a blind user that uses some sort of auditory interface. Instead, they probably included it for situations like this, as a means to justify their actions.

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