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Coordinating Minister Mahfud Md asserted that the government would not revoke the Electronic Information and Transactions (ITE) Law.
Kontras gives its view about police's use of Cellebrite intelligence app in an ITE law case involving defendant Jumhur Hidayat.
Our national legislative process is fraught with transactions to maintain various interests.
Amnesty International Indonesia condemns police's plan to award people with a 'badge of honor' for reporting alleged social media criminal offenses.
The virtual police have sent out warnings to 89 social media accounts from February 23 up to March 11 for spreading alleged hate speeches.
State Intelligence Agency (BIN) supports the call to revise the ITE Law but asserts there are aspects of freedom that need to be balanced.
The proposal to revise the electronic Information and Transactions Law put forth by President Joko Widodo has faded away.
ITE Law review team reportedly completed gathering inputs from people who were both reported using the law and people who filed a report.
House of Representatives (DPR) PAN faction Speaker urges the government to take initiatives upon revising the ITE Law.
KontraS criticized the National Police institution for issuing a circular overseeing the job of 'virtual police' to better interpret the ITE Law.
The National Police Chief General Listyo Sigit Prabowo issued a circular on the guidelines for the implementation of ITE Law.
National Police Chief Listyo Sigit says police face situations that are unwinnable in regards to the handling ITE Law police complaints.
The Communications and Information Technology (Kominfo) Ministry pledged to follow up on President Jokowi's statement on the revision of the ITE Law.
The government gave the 'green light' for the DPR to propose a revision for the ITE Law, as it claims is a product of both the government and DPR
Lokataru Foundation responded to President Jokowi's statement on the idea of revising the Law on Information and Electronic Transactions or ITE Law.
President Jokowi's statement on the ITE Law had garnered reactions from human rights group Amnesty International Indonesia.
Jokowi acknowledges that the ITE Law exists to keep Indonesia's digital space clean, healthy, ethical and productive.
DPR Deputy Speaker, Azis Syamsuddin, welcomed the central government's plan to revise the ITE Law in consideration of many vague articles.
President Jokowi stated he would ask the House of Representatives (DPR) to revise the Information and Electronic Transaction Law (ITE) Law.
KontraS comments on the statement of President Jokowi where he called for the public to criticize the government more.