The application of WhatsApp has faced many problems in India because of counterfeit news and incitement to violence, so the application has been used for several days by an officer to help him overcome this. Now the reports have revealed that the famous IM application is looking for legal counsel to advise the company on regulatory matters and litigation.
The candidate for the position of assistant legal adviser should be able to handle lawsuits, including litigation arising from regulatory matters, intellectual property, privacy, integrity, telecommunications, and encryption, as well as advising the company on compliance, privacy, and payment issues.
The sources told India’s Gadgets now that the general counsel is the legal president, but for India, the companies have a chief legal adviser or an assistant general counsel and need to be contacted to help them deal with the issues they are pursuing in India.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp has announced the job through LinkedIn’s new professional network in New Delhi, and many people have taken up the job, but they should go through about 10-12 rounds of interviews before one is selected.