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Law-enforcement guidelines in handling criminal activities amidst the coronavirus outbreak include cracking-down anti-president smears.
PLN made a clarification about rumors saying it would provide compensation for people carrying out remote working or WFH due to coronavirus crisis.
National police's cyber unit is currently In the hunt to exterminate online misinformation and hoaxes regarding the coronavirus or COVID-19 outbreak.
The communication ministry identified a total of 242 hoaxes and disinformation contents related to coronavirus (Covid-19) spread on social media.
After the first COVID-19 cases were announced, minister Johnny said the spread of hoaxes on the coronavirus continued to increase on social media.
Various news about the coronavirus flooded social media; some of them are the facts but many others are hoaxes or fake news.
February 11, 2020 is celebrated as World Safer Internet Day, this is intended to promote healthy and safe use of the internet.
A hoax claiming that pork diseases could infect humans was spread in September last year across several Indonesian regions, causing fear and panic.
The Kominfo Ministry has found at least 54 hoaxes on the coronavirus spread through social media and instant messaging platforms until Monday.
Kominfo strongly reminded the public to carefully vet each and every online information about the coronavirus outbreak.
Jakarta Metro Police Chief of Public Relations announced the plan to investigate the 'King of the King' case that has caused a commotion in Tangerang.
Minister of Communication and Information Johnny G Plate asks the public to use social media wisely, especially about the coronavirus
ICW considers the law minister Yasonna Laoly and the KPK leaders have spread a hoax about bribery suspect Harun Masiku's whereabouts.
Officials respond to a clip in social media of Anies Baswedan drinking water from a glass that was previously used by an ulema.
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.