Written by Bella Dalima
10 Jan, 2015 | 4:24 pm
Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg said a day after the deadly attack at Charlie Hebdo headquarters in Paris, that “an extremist in Pakistan fought to have him sentenced to death” because Facebook refused to remove content about Muhammad that he believed was offensive.
According to Dawn News, Zuckerberg posted the statement in his social update on Facebook saying the incident took place a few years back. Zuckerberg said that Facebook refused to censor the content because they stand up for different voices and that the world is a more interesting place some times with these differences.
The social networking site follows the laws in every country but it never lets any country dictate what people can share across the world, said the CEO. He also said that he is committed to offer a service to people where they can speak without the fear of violence.
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