Google says it will not remove anti-Muslim video

Google chairman Eric Schmidt reiterated that a video uploaded to YouTube depicting the Prophet Muhammad in ways that offended some Muslims won’t be removed.

27th September, 2012
Google chairman Eric Schmidt.

Google chairman Eric Schmidt reiterated that a video uploaded to YouTube depicting the Prophet Muhammad in ways that offended some Muslims won’t be removed after the company blocked viewing of the clip in countries including India, Indonesia, Pakistan and Singapore.

“We believe the answer to bad speech is more speech,” Schmidt told reporters in Seoul today. “That video had been on YouTube for some time and clearly meets the criteria that we have...

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