Facebook-owned WhatsApp announced a collaboration with the Indian School of Public Policy (ISPP) in New Delhi to introduce a series of workshops on privacy design to its learners in an effort to provide safe conversations on its platform.
Will Cathcart, WhatsApp’s Global Head, was in Mumbai to announce this partnership with Indian startups and entrepreneurs during a discussion.During the meeting, Cathcart addressed how to build effective consumer and company products by developing products with privacy as the main concept.
The workshops will start on September 17, co-hosted by the Trust, Transparency and Control Labs (TTC Labs) to investigate the significance and exercise of privacy-centered design to assist technology create a beneficial effect on society.
Facebook founded TTC Labs to drive innovation in people-centred approaches to privacy and data.
“We are pleased to partner with Indian School of Public Policy and promote their work in training the next generation of innovative policy leaders,” said Dan Hayden, TTC Labs Lead.