“Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg shouldn’t bow to Chinese censors to win access to the world’s biggest Internet market, one of his Harvard University professors said.

The former Harvard College dean said Facebook, whose service is inaccessible in China, should liken its stance on free speech to that of Google Inc., which pulled its search engine out of China last year in opposition of the country’s self-censorship rules. The government bans pornography, gambling and content critical of the ruling Communist Party.”

From Bloomberg