Given that WhatsApp is one of the most widely used instant messaging services worldwide, it is safe to assume that people frequently use this app to share news about events in their region of the world. However, some governments around the world are opposed to WhatsApp having such authority and frequently end up completely blocking the service, preventing users from sharing news.
In areas where WhatsApp is restricted by law, you can still use it through a proxy. As of right now, WhatsApp offers proxy support, enabling users to continue using the service even if it is restricted in their area.
The best part is that your IP address will still be shared with the proxy providers, which makes sense, but there is also a warning that the messages will still be end-to-end encrypted. From this point on, enter and save the proxy address that you trust.
You also need to be aware that if the internet has been shut down in the area, the new service won’t function. Although this is undoubtedly a step in the right direction, the platform should expect some resistance from the authorities. Please share your thoughts on WhatsApp’s choice to introduce the new proxy feature.