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FB CEO draws Flak for posting Wrong Map of India

New Delhi, May 15: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is under attack after he posted an infographic on Facebook which features a map of India without Jammu and Kashmir.

Zuckerberg posted the infographic last night announcing the launch of Internet.org in Malawi, Africa. It shows countries where Facebook's initiative has been launched.

Angry Indians did not take long to spot his error and informed him in many comments, each endorsed with likes by many more people.

Zuckerberg's post had over 4000 comments at the time of writing this, but the Facebook CEO had not responded to the controversy.

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