[PRESS RELEASE] Multi-Stakeholder Efforts in Personal Data Protection in Indonesia | Digital Expert Talks #6 with Meta


Yogyakarta, 18 November 2021 – The PDP Bill is one way to encourage digital transformation to protect citizens’ digital rights. However, this needs to be also supported by solid digital governance, especially in protecting personal data in Indonesia. To make […]

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PRESS RELEASE Digital Expert Talks #4 with Facebook Indonesia


PDP Bill and Indonesia’s Digital Economy Yogyakarta, October 21, 2021 – Discussion on the Personal Data Protection Bill (RUU PDP) is peak. Indonesia needs to immediately have personal data regulation to protect the public from the risk of transactions based […]

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Fact-Checking on Instagram: Protection from Fake-News or The Beginning of a Greater Evil?


Earlier this year Facebook announced that it would be extending its fact-checking program to Instagram as its defensive weapon against the onslaught of fake news. Currently undergoing a trial run in the US, it is soon to be rolled out […]

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Facebook Banning Emojis, But Not Hate Speech?


What was once a website made for Harvard students to interact with one another, Facebook has now become the largest social media network boasting more than 2.45 billion monthly active users.[1] Facebook has become a platform where anyone and everyone […]

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Facebook’s Foray into the World of Cryptocurrency: Exciting or Worrisome?


“Crypto” and “blockchain” are some of the buzzwords which the social media giant, Facebook, used to describe its newest technological innovation in the era of digital transactions. The name ‘Libra,’ an ode to the ancient Roman unit of mass, is […]

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The Case of Democracy in the Algorithmic World


Facebook has become the social media ‘guru’, the one that made the huge splash, and still does. Very recently, Facebook was caught up in one of the most intriguing and surprising issue, where they are accused of intentionally filter and […]

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