Meta-owned WhatsApp on Tuesday launched a dedicated 'Safety in India' resource hub. It highlights a number of security measures to help people stay safe online. It highlights several security measures to help people stay safe online Resource Hub will guide users on a range of important topics around online safety, privacy and security It is made available as a standalone webpage Meta-owned WhatsApp on Tuesday launched a dedicated 'Safety in India' resource hub. It highlights a number of security measures to help people stay safe online. The launch of Resource Hub follows the hashtag #TakeCharg, a week-long campaign by WhatsApp to promote safe use of the Internet. Abhijit Bose, Head of WhatsApp in India, said in a statement, “The safety of our users is at the core of everything we do on WhatsApp and launching a dedicated 'Safety in India' resource hub will help users enhance their online safety. Control is a way to reiterate our commitment to educate and empower.' "Over the years, we've made significant product changes to help increase user security and privacy," Bose said. In addition to continuous product innovations, we have also continuously invested in cutting-edge technology, artificial intelligence, data scientists, experts and processes to support user safety.' Resource Hub explores a range of important topics around online safety, privacy and security, dispelling common myths, and creating awareness on how users can stay safe from potential cyber scams in today's digitally connected world . Through the 'Safety in India' hub, WhatsApp aims to create awareness about various security measures and in-built product features that empower users to take control of their safety while using the service. Resource Hub It also highlights the advanced technology that WhatsApp deploys with India-specific processes that help prevent the spread of misinformation and any misuse on the platform. "We hope this resource will equip users with the information they need to protect their privacy and navigate the Internet safely," Bose said.