In December 2020, the Indonesian government decided to press ahead with its regional elections despite the raging COVID-19 pandemic. Yet, many international ratings are pointing to a democratic recession in… Continue reading "The Rise of Digital Authoritarianism in Indonesia"
The massive demonstrations against the Job Creation Law were also felt in the digital world. The protests from civil society against the omnibus law, manifested in the hashtags #TolakOmnibusLaw (reject… Continue reading "The rise of political digital attacks"
25 October 2020, Bangkok We, Manushya Foundation, Access Now, ALTSEAN-Burma, Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR), the Institute of Policy Research and Advocacy (ELSAM), PEN Myanmar, and Southeast Asia Freedom… Continue reading "[Joint-Statement] Thailand: #StopDigitalDictatorship on Online Freedom!"
Disputes between the 2019 presidential elections become one of the important records of the digital rights situation in Indonesia over the past year. Nevertheless, violation of digital rights in Indonesia… Continue reading "Digital Rights Situation Report Indonesia 2019: The Rise of Digital Authoritarian"
National Webinar: Alert in Digital Attacks and Cyber Resilience within The Civil Society and Media in Indonesia
For the past few years, we have seen an increased number of cyber-threats and cyber-attacks to netizen, women, and At-Risk communities, such as journalists, anti-corruption activists, environment activists, LGBTIQ, and… Continue reading "National Webinar: Alert in Digital Attacks and Cyber Resilience within The Civil Society and Media in Indonesia"