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Netflix has handed over the entire content filtering to its customers through a series of features that enabled content monitoring on demand.
Kominfo discarded allegations of having an account in the pornography site, Pornhub, following a viral screenshot spreading on Twitter.
Kominfo had blocked a total of 1,130 illegal video streaming sites following complaints from the film anti-piracy task force.
Administrators of the popular illegal streaming site IndoXXI announced that it will completely shut down its services as per January 1, 2020.
Twitter Indonesia has opened up about the new policy that stipulates a fine starting Rp100 billion against platforms displaying pornographic content.
Kominfo on Monday announced that it will impose high fines for electronic system organizers that publish pornography on its platform.
The Indonesian government announced that it will not provide compensation for illegal mobile phone dealers affected by the IMEI regulation.
Kominfo planned to strengthen the Broadcasting Commission's (KPI) authority to be able to impose a fine and revoke the license of a program.
Communication (Kominfo) Minister said that the government would push the acceleration of the television broadcasting migration from analog to digital.
Secretary-General of Communication Ministry says that the country's digital economy is predicted to thrive from $27 billion to $40 billion.
Communication and Informatics Ministry (Kominfo) was set to gradually open the fifth-generation cellular network technology or 5G network.
Kominfo Minister Johnny G. Plate not only hopes for unicorn startups to flourish but also expects the birth of hectocorn startups.
Political observer Hendri Satrio disclosed the practice of injustice in law enforcement towards pro-government buzzers.
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.
Kominfo Minister Rudiantara discovered IP addresses originating from the European countries that spread hoaxes regarding the riots in Papua.
A citizen Zico Leonard Djagardo Simanjuntak filed a lawsuit against Grab Indonesia at Central Jakarta District Court today, September 3.
Kominfo announced that it may gradually lift the internet bandwidth throttling across all cellular service operators in Papua and West Papua.
Papua Communication and Informatics Agency head Kansiana Saleh expressed his complaint to the government about the policy on internet block.
Kominfo Minister announced that cellular services in Jayapura, Papua, have been sabotaged by unknown people.