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The imprisonment of Syiah Kuala University lecturer, Saiful Mahdi, motivated Indonesia Council to call for the lecturer's amnesty.
KontraS assessed that the government of Joko "Jokowi" Widodo is still restricting people's freedom of speech and expression.
YLBHI laments the legal steps taken by the Coordinating Minister of Maritime Affairs and Investments Luhut Pandjaitan against activists.
Cartoonists in Southeast Asia are facing pressure and are being muzzled when they criticize those in power.
The police assures that the virtual police is not aimed to curb the public's freedom of expression in digital spaces, mainly on social media.
The National Police Chief General Listyo Sigit Prabowo issued a circular on the guidelines for the implementation of ITE Law.
President Jokowi's statement on the ITE Law had garnered reactions from human rights group Amnesty International Indonesia.
An Afghan journalist was shot dead in a car ambush in the central province of Ghor, the 5th media professional to be killed in the country in 2 months
Human rights watchdog KontraS argues that Indonesia's democracy continues to be marred by violations of freedom of expression.
The police arrested activists from the Save Indonesia Coalition for spreading hate. This is a foolish way to deal with differences of opinion.
Methods to suppress critics were detected in the approach law enforcers have used implying threats towards freedom of expression.
A recent survey by pollster Indikator Politik Indonesia finds that people agree freedom of expression have declined.
The annual report by SAFEnet shows that the conviction against the right to freedom of expression remained high in 2019.
The Kominfo Ministry was preparing to issue a Ministerial Regulation (Permen) to block social media accounts spreading false news or hoaxes.
The recent hacking of Tempo.co website is considered to be a part of restraint against the press and continuous repression of freedom of expression.
The government must not continue its mistaken policies in Papua. Stop the violence and start the dialogue.
Bintang Emon was slandered of being a drug addict by online buzzers a day after he posted a satirical video related to Novel Baswedan's assault case.
A survey found that the majority of young internet users are skeptical toward freedom of expression on the internet.