I've been trying to work with the Facebook library so that players can simply post their scores on their walls. I don't want access to friends, religious affiliations or other friends info. Since Facebook's change to Graph SDK 3.14 (and CoronaLabs subsequent adoption of the SDK) developers need to have their apps approved by Facebook before you can have the permission to request permissions from users.
Why this move? I'm not really interested in the corporatespeak about protecting users and buzzwords about ensuring privacy in the digital age. I'm sure this will help, but they might be cutting off their nose to spite their faces here (CRUSHED THAT PUN). I was on the fence about implementing Facebook before, and I'm being pushed over to the "forget it, I've got better things to code" side of the fence.