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Asia Pacific Dashboard Digest | Indonesia to issue draft ministerial decree on internet companies Related reading: Data clean rooms bring perceived privacy gap




Criticism over Facebook’s handling of the Cambridge Analytica aftermath has prompted the Indonesian government to launch another draft of the long-awaited ministerial decree on internet companies, the South China Morning Post reports. While the government has developed several drafts since President Joko Widodo’s administration marked it as a priority four years ago, Indonesian regulators said the latest draft will be issued this month. After an unsatisfactory explanation from Facebook on its practice of third-party data sharing, the country’s communications and information technology ministry sent its third letter to the company demanding detailed answers on how data was misused. While the draft is awaiting stakeholder input, social media companies would be required to filter “illegal” content. Semuel Abrijani Pangerapan, director general of information application at the communications ministry, said, “Our digital illiteracy rate is worrying.” 
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