Internews, Indonesia Corruption Watch, SAFEnet, dan Centre for Information Resilience berkolaborasi dalam investigasi terhadap upaya penyebaran disinformasi mengenai keberhasilan Otonomi Khusus (Otsus) Papua pada platform media sosial TikTok. Laporan investigasi […]
SAFEnet’s latest research reveals how civil society played a role as a “sparring partner” in advancing the use of safe and secure COVID-19 surveillance technologies to tackle the pandemic in six Southeast Asian countries, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam, Timor-Leste, and Myanmar.
The digital rights situation in Indonesia had worsened over the past year. This is illustrated in the Situation Report on Indonesia’s Digital Rights which was launched by SAFEnet on Friday
Freedom on the Net 2022 finds that internet freedom in Indonesia remained under threat. Internet freedom declined globally for a 12th consecutive year as conditions deteriorated in 28 countries, while
The Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum (APrIGF; https://ap.rigf.asia/) 2022 is held from 12-14 September in Singapore with a hybrid format. It discussed the overarching theme of “People at the