Social Network Websites
Facebook

How old do parents think you should be to have a facebook?

123

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2012-07-27 14:09:40
2012-07-27 14:09:40

13 years old unless you lie to create one

001
๐ŸŽƒ
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0
User Avatar

Related Questions


depends on how old you are reply how old u are and yes because facebook can be unsafe pppl get hurt on facebook listen i am in year 12 so i think i noe wat im talking about btw msn is better not facebook plz reply thnx I don't think they should. If you are actually over 13 (which is what the site requires, i don't think they should. My parent just changed my facebook and email password, and I'm not sure what to do about this.


You should tell your parents that you think you should be able to date when you think you are old enough.


go with my space and facebook you dont have to have only one but facebook is better


you should be age 16-18 to be on facebook or even to get a facebook


I think it depends on how mature and responsible she is, but it IS legal.


It depends on the girl. Most 12-year-olds are responsible enough to have a Facebook account, but some aren't. It should be up to the girl's parents to decide whether she should have one or not.


I think if your parents let you you should be fine.


I am 10 years old and I have facebook, I have had it scince 9 years of age and I love it to bits although it is kinda boring well it isn't to me but to some people it is. I think you should get it at somthing like 12 13 or 14 because You can contact friends, There are lots of other ways to contact friends, But that's not the reson why i think you should have it at an older age, I have got into Alot of fights from facebook with Friends From school, It is really fustrating ! When sisters and Brothers look at your Page and think That its alright to snoop around and check out everything your saying and doing on Facebook ! And then go and tell your Parents because what you do on there is private and confidential! i don't think it is nessasery to have facebook at a young age. It gets you into all kinds of mess! Maddy 10 Years Old


A 12 year old should have super vision by an adult while using facebook.


Sorry, but you can't, however, Facebook should make a feature that allows users to go back to the old Facebook.


A twelve year old should not have a Facebook! Nobody even needs a Facebook! Why don't you just go and meet people in person!


You have to be 13 years old.And you HAVE TO HAVEpermission frome your parents


I Think You Must Be 13 To Make A Facebook. I'm not sure.



It depends on your parents me I think u should be 13 and up


You should be at least 13 or older to have a Facebook I know it says you have to be 18, but you should be at least 13 or older.


You don't, his parents will be shocked with that !


you should be 13, but it is physically possible to get on Facebook before you are that age.


No i don't think they should. I think she is too young for him and even tho she is pregnant she should just stay at home with her parents


you have to be 13 I think that's what it is for Facebook


I think 11 years old. But for that age you should have good grades, be responsible, and be trusted by your parents.


Their parents let them get away with a LOT of stuff.. i don't see why a 12 year old should have facebook or a cell phone.


There is no junior Facebook and on the Facebook website it tells you that you should not attempt to join Facebook if you are under 13 years old.


your supposed to be 13 but if their parents agree then yes


You must be at least 14 years old to have a Myspace account. I think my space should be for adults and parents who are older than the child. 14 is way to young, i look up the age group for facebook and its 13 yrs,I guarantee you, they have at least one other with password you parents dont know about..thet are predators out there. better watch out!!!



Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.