Thursday, July 25, 2019

WhatsApp Announces Privacy Education Partnership With Indian School Of Public Policy

WhatsApp announced its partnership with the Indian School Of Public Policy (ISPP) on Wednesday in New Delhi under which the company will organize privacy design workshops for the students of the institute. As per the reports, Global Head of WhatsApp, Will Catchcart was in Mumbai where he announced this partnership with ISPP during a discussion with Indian startups and entrepreneurs.
"WhatsApp was built to help people stay in touch with friends and family as well as connect with businesses. Because people share some of their most personal needs and moments on WhatsApp, we're committed to helping people in India have private conversations with others that matter to them," mentioned Cathcart as per the reports.
Students at ISPP act as public policy advocates for different companies including WhatsApp and this partnership will bring a series of design workshops starting september 17. The workshops for the students will be co-hosted by the Trust, Transparency, and Control Labs (TTC) The partnership is aimed towards designing products while keeping in mind the overall privacy when building different consumer and business-centric products.
“We're delighted to partner with Indian School of Public Policy and support their work to train the next generation of innovative policy leaders," said Dan Hayden, TTC Labs Lead in the reports.

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