[PRESS RELEASE] Does AI Violate Human Rights? | Difussion #56


Yogyakarta, June 23rd, 2021 – Proliferated development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) throughout the world caused alarming concerns in human rights. Questions on privacy and data ownership, for instance, have been a timely debate that is interesting to discuss. In this […]

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[PRESS RELEASE] Collective Action to Fight Cyberbullying | Digitalk #48


Yogyakarta, Tuesday 4th, 2021 – The United Nations has declared a world anti-bullying day every May 4. However, the reality that occurs in Indonesia is inversely proportional with to the celebration. According to the Indonesian Internet Service Providers Association (APJII), […]

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[PRESS RELEASE] Youth, Digital Technology, and Covid-19: Insight from Indonesia and Australia| Difussion #42


Yogyakarta, Friday 5th , 2021 Although it has been almost a year since the arrival of the Covid-19 case in Indonesia, the curve of viral infections in Indonesia is still increasing and showing no signs of decreasing. It is partly […]

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[PRESS RELEASE] Women and Myth of Flexibility in Gig Economy | Difussion #41


Yogyakarta, January 21st, 2021 – The gig economy is a game-changer. The idea of gig economy offers flexibility in schedules and hours from work to work as a central attraction. This work scheme appeals to women with multiple burdens, who […]

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[PRESS RELEASE] Omnibus Law: What’s Going on in Social Media? | Difussion #38


Yogyakarta, November 11, 2020 – The rise of public response after the passing of the Omnibus Law on October 5 seemed inseparable from social media. Social media became a forum that bridges dialogue between the two contesting camps regarding the Omnibus […]

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[PRESS RELEASE] Online Learning Breakthrough | Difussion #29


Yogyakarta, July 24th, 2020 – The existence of the COVID-19 pandemic has influenced teaching and learning activities, especially the use of the internet for online educational activities. Teachers are ‘challenged’ to create interesting and interactive learning methods, while ensuring that […]

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[PRESS RELEASE] Social Justice Activism in the Digital Era | Difussion #28


Yogyakarta, July 17th, 2020 – The rapid development of technology seems to be a ‘double-edged knife’ for the development of social justice activism. On the one hand, the internet can facilitate activism and support the social justice agenda. But on […]

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[PRESS RELEASE] Financial Planning Rearrangement | Difussion #26


Yogyakarta, June 5th, 2020 – Entering the third month of the pandemic and the phase of ‘new normal’, changes that occur in the economic and financial sectors certainly affect our financial planning, which also require to have some rearrangements. To […]

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[PRESS RELEASE] Digital Preaching: A New Way to Spread Peacefulness | Difussion #23


Yogyakarta, May 8th, 2020 – The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the society’s way of life, including in religious activities that are usually carried out in places of worship, which are now turned into worship activities from their respective houses. This […]

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[PRESS RELEASE] Technology, Data Privacy, and Infodemic | Difussion 22


Yogyakarta, 17 April 2020 – The increasingly problematic development of the COVID-19 pandemic also led to a variety of new issues in the society, ranging from data privacy issues to the phenomenon of panic buying. One of the causes of […]

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