WhatsApp is on the agenda with the Iranian statement. As it is known, the death of Mahsa Emini on September 16, who was taken to the hospital in a coma after being detained by the Irshad patrols known as the “morality police” in Tehran, the capital of Iran, on September 16, caused outrage in the country. After Emini’s death, protests were organized in the country, and there were deaths and injuries. It was reported that access to Instagram and WhatsApp, which are the last remaining social networks in Iran, where hot developments were experienced, was blocked. Thereupon, WhatsApp made a flash statement on Iran. Here are the details…
IRAN ANNOUNCED FROM WHATSAPP
WhatsApp noted in its Iranian statement that it is working to keep users connected to the app.
Making its statement on the social media network Twitter, the platform said, “We stand by the right of people to access their private messages. We are working to keep our Iranian friends in touch with each other, and we will do everything to keep our service up and running to the best of our technical capacity.” said.
London-based NetBlocks said that WhatsApp servers were down on multiple internet providers hours after Instagram services were blocked.
Two people living in Tehran and southern Iran claimed they could only send texts, not pictures, on WhatsApp, and Instagram appeared to be completely blocked.