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Telkom expects the process of reconnecting the broken cables in Papua will complete in June.
The internet service in Papua has experienced connection issues due to maintenance of the region's underwater optical cable systems.
In the wake of Telkom's undersea cable break, Papua administration urges people not to respond to rumors of sabotage.
The telecommunication service in Jayapura, Papua, is disrupted on Friday night, April 30, at 19:40.
Myanmar activists held candle-lit protests overnight and scrambled to find workarounds for a new internet shutdown on Friday, April 2.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said the state budget (APBN) had greatly sided with the penetration of Internet connection and digital connectivity.
The Kominfo Ministry confirmed that the audio-based social network Clubhouse is not yet officially registered.
The military commander believes the power of internet and social media upon potentially spreading propaganda must be overcome.
The Indonesian government through the Kominfo Ministry was committed to providing 4G network services in 2,700 villages by the end of 2022.
Australia finalized plans to make Facebook Inc and Google pay its media outlets for news content to protect independent journalism.
An academic Ade Armando argued that a revision of Law No. 32 of 2002 on broadcasting is necessary to regulate internet broadcasting.
Nadiem Makarim has launched a government subsidy program that distributes internet quotas for teachers and students.
Millions of households in the Southeast Asian country still had no access to the internet or even a device like a mobile phone to do remote learning.
Coordinating Minister Airlangga Hartarto stated that Indonesia's economic potential of the digital sector reached US$133 billion or Rp1,973 trillion.
MNC Group explains that the company's judicial review of the law on broadcasting law (UU Penyiaran) is not an attempt to curb creativity.
The Education and Culture Ministry planned to provide internet quota or phone credit subsidies for teachers and students to support distance learning.
Kominfo Minister Johnny G. Plate reveals several regulations to accelerate the digital transformation in Indonesia.
the Indonesian Internet Providers Association (APJII) says there is 34.5 percent of its members are facing cancelations and contract termination.
The government lodged an appeal against the court's ruling that found President Jokowi and Minister Jhonny guilty of blocking the internet in Papua.
The Independent Journalist Alliance (AJI) revealed reasons for suing President Jokowi and Minister Johnny over internet block in Papua and West Papua.