The technology behemoth, which is owned by Meta, expressed its wish that blackouts like those in Iran “never occur” once more.
Human rights were violated, and they “shut people off from receiving critical care.”
In order to enable individuals to “connect freely,” WhatsApp is asking its global community to volunteer proxies. The company also promised to provide instructions on how to set one up.
It wrote that using a proxy maintained the same high degree of security and privacy that WhatsApp offers.
Your private messages will still be secured by end-to-end encryption, ensuring that they remain private between you and the recipient and are not accessible to any third parties, including proxy servers, WhatsApp, or Meta.