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Social media hoaxes continue to be spread widely through WhatsApp, Facebook, and other online platforms.
Ratna Sarumpaet's lawyer, Desmihardi, said his client would spend time with her children and grandchildren after she was granted parole.
Activist Ratna Sarumpaet, who was convicted guilty of fabricating a hoax story about an attack on herself, was released from prison today.
PDIP politician Dewi Tanjung challenged the Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) to show proofs that she spread hoaxes regarding the acid attack.
BMKG clarified that Indonesia is experiencing rising temperatures which is not categorized as a heatwave.
Facebook has closed accounts and pages involved in computational propaganda about Papua. This is a good way to oppose the disinformation campaigns.
Police Chief announced that the rumors of a teacher who called racist words had sparked the protest in Papua this morning.
Veronica Koman was named suspect for allegedly spreading false or hoax news about the incident in Papuan students' dorm in Surabaya last August.
East Java Police Chief Insp. Gen. Luki said that Veronica Koman, who is currently in Australia, did not respond to the first summons.
Kominfo claims that the spread of fake news and hoaxes regarding the Papua unrest was able to be tracked back to sources in 20 countries.
Communication minister says that the most negative contents about Papua came from Indonesia even though a lot of hoax channels are based overseas.
The police said Veronica Koman actively spreads provocation about the Papuan students incident in Surabaya on August 16 through social media.
Kominfo Minister Rudiantara discovered IP addresses originating from the European countries that spread hoaxes regarding the riots in Papua.
Wiranto said the situation in Papua was 90 percent stable.
The National Cyber and Encryption Agency (BSSN) discovers foreign social media accounts that deliberately spread hoaxes on conditions in Papua.
Police Chief Gen. Tito Karnavian asserted that the internet access restriction in Papua aimed at curbing and lowering hoax information on social media
Communication and Informatics Ministry said the internet will continue to be blocked until the situation and condition in Papua return to normal.
The Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI) said that there are other ways to prevent the spread of hoax.
As manya as 62 active social media accounts suspected to have intensively spread provocative hoaxes about the riots in Papua and West Papua.
Kominfo has once again slowed down the internet performance in two Papua regions to prevent hoax-spread that could escalate the tensions.