After social revolution has witnessed a saga in Tunisia and Egypt with the help of Facebook, a new-age error-free step is also about to begin, first step of which reported that about 20,000 underage users are kicked off the social networking site every day. The pied piper of social networking admitted that it had to do more to stop young people using Facebook after it came to light that about a third of Australia's population uses the site every day. The chief privacy adviser of Facebook, Mozelle Thompson, said many Australian children under the age of 13 were trying to access the site by lying about their age. “It's something that happens on a regular basis,” the Courier mail quoted Thompson as saying. Globally, about seven million children who lie about their age are blocked from the site each year.