Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has faced considerable criticism in recent years over the leadership of the social media network, but he wants people to know that he did not start the company to make money.
Addressing an event, he said, "I did not make it apart because I wanted to do business or sell advertising or make money. I thought advertising was a good business model that we each Can provide a free service to '.
Mark Zuckerberg said last week that for the next decade, his goal is to understand his personality among people rather than his favourite.
Now his statement comes as billionaire George Soros raises questions on Facebook on Friday.
In an article in the New York Times, George Soros accused Facebook and President Donald Trump of working together.
"I believe that Mr Trump and Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive of Facebook, have realized that their interests are shared, that is, the president wants to win elections, Zuckerberg wants to make money," he wrote.
The allegations were denied by Facebook.
Mark Zuckerberg did not cite this article but said that some people believe that the purpose of all companies is to make money only.
Some people ignore the company's outspoken thinking on Facebook, he said.
Facebook decided to stick to it, contrary to Twitter's ban on political advertising.
The company said people should see or know what politicians say.
Mark Zuckerberg said in his new statement that he supports the idea that everyone should have the opportunity to raise their voice and that small businesses should get the same tools that big companies have.
"This is a new point of view and I think many people will not like it, but the old idea was not liked by the people so now we want to try something different," he said.