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Kominfo Minister Rudiantara admittedly said he faced his most difficult situation while issuing the internet-curbing policy across social media.
On Monday, Oct. 14, the govt. has officially operated Palapa Ring following the completion of the project construction in the country's eastern part.
Digital literacy is greatly critical to improving people's knowledge that is yet mature, says Minister Rudiantara.
The telecommunication and internet connection in 29 regencies/cities in Papua including Wamena have now returned to normal.
Jakarta Ombudsman head Teguh Nugroho demanded Jakarta provincial administration stop cutting fiber-optic utility network temporarily.
The government decided to re-open internet access in Papua and West Papua provinces that was previously blocked following rioting in several locations
The of Communication and Information Ministry is still blocking the internet in six districts and cities in Papua and West Papua.
Minister Wiranto announced that the government has officially revoked its internet blocking in Papua and West Papua,
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.
The government has gradually recovered the internet data restriction in Papua and West Papua starting Wednesday, September 4.
Communication minister says that the most negative contents about Papua came from Indonesia even though a lot of hoax channels are based overseas.
Wiranto said the situation in Papua was 90 percent stable.
Minister Rudiantara continuously introduced the internet to people in border areas, such as in Long Bawan Village, Krayan, Nunukan, North Kalimantan.
The government will reopen the access to the Internet in Papua and West Papua after peace and conducive situation prevail in the easternmost provinces
Logistic company JNE says internet access restrictions prevented people from shopping online or conduct e-commerce activities.
YLBHI chairman for advocacy said the racism not only acted towards Papuans but also to those who side with them.
Ombudsman official Alvin Lie opined the internet block policy in Papua applied because the government failed to implement user identity policy.
Police Chief Gen. Tito Karnavian asserted that the internet access restriction in Papua aimed at curbing and lowering hoax information on social media
SAFEnet urged the Indonesian government to revoke its internet block, specifically the bandwidth throttling imposed in Papua.
Ombudsman RI plans to summon the Communication and Informatics (Kominfo) Minister Rudiantara over the internet block in Papua and West Papua.