Normally you have to be 13 years old to be able to be part of the network. Now in Northern Ireland a father asked through court for the data about and from his child and the judge went even further than that
"Facebook must reveal the records it has on underage children with accounts in Northern Ireland, due to a High Court ruling.The ruling was made in relation to legal action being taken against Facebook, which alleged that the registration system was too easy for underage children to set up profiles and made them vulnerable to paedophiles.
The Belfast Telegraph revealed that the legal action comes from the father of a girl who, from the age of 11, contacted men and posted photos on Facebook. Under Facebook's own policy no one under the age of 13 should be allowed to set up an account.
this is for every privacy commissioner in Europe now a very interesting precedent