No details on how heavy the child is, but it appears that the eagle had him (her?) off the ground for a short distance. Amazing.
I'm seeing claims around the web that this might be fake. It looks convincing to me, and I can tell you that raptors attempting to take children is a well-attested phenomenon. However, I haven't seen claims for this particular species before that I can recall. The presence of adults isn't necessarily a deterrent, as people have lost pets to large eagles and owls and even to red-tailed hawks.
Up close with a Golden Eagle--recent photos by Dee, with her comment on the impressive size of these birds.
Thanks to Grant and D'Arcy for the news tip.
Update: This has been revealed as a hoax. From Yahoo News:
"Some people also brought up the existence of an annual Hoax the Internet contest held at a 3D animation school in, you guessed it, Montreal. This theory proved to be the most accurate as the visual arts school Centre NAD released a statement confirming the video was fake. The statementreads, in part, that it "was made by Normand Archambault, Loïc Mireault and Félix Marquis-Poulin, students at Centre NAD, in the production simulation workshop class of the Bachelors degree in 3D Animation and Digital Design."
See also James's skeptical comment below, which largely anticipates this news.