Tag: Facebook, Indonesia, news, Technology
Caranissa DjatmikoJun 20, 2017
The government has reportedly given Facebook Inc the green light to set up a domestic unit in Indonesia, the world’s fourth-largest user base for the social networking...
Oliviana HandayaniMay 08, 2017
A drunken 16-year-old was removed from a commuter train in Depok after passengers complained of his behaviour.
DC Astilla-MagonciaJan 24, 2017
Representatives of the social network giant Facebook are scheduled to meet Indonesia’s Minister of the Communications and Information Ministry, Rudiantara, to discuss...
Kirstienne Ishia Marie ToledoJan 07, 2017
Samuel A. Pangerapan, director general for the Ministry of Applications and Information, told reporters that news portals with non-credible sources and information,...
Caranissa DjatmikoJan 04, 2017
Indonesia was reportedly upset over insulting training material presented at an Australian Special Forces base. The country has now demanded an immediate suspension of...
Caranissa DjatmikoDec 28, 2016
In the wake of the debates surrounding religious arrogance in the archipelago, one local Muslim man suggests that all Indonesians should come together and promote...
Caranissa DjatmikoNov 16, 2016
LGBT community and activists continue to challenge status quo by secretly organizing a national beauty pageant in Jakarta, while successfully staying away from local...
Permit HouseNov 15, 2016
Indonesia announced immigration formality agents are no longer allowed to submit applications for visas and stay permits without having the expat present.
Indonesia ExpatNov 04, 2016
Several businesses in Jakarta have encouraged their employees to stay inside during what many fear will become a violent protest by Islamic hardline groups.
Maximilian SurjadiOct 27, 2016
After a famous money laundering trial, Tubagus Wardana has been found guilty. Many see his one-year sentence as a slap in the face of Indonesia’s taxpayers.
Nadya Joy Gozon AdorOct 21, 2016
Police raided a number of Sumatra schools early this month and confiscated “pornographic textbooks” that supposedly contained vulgar content.
Leighton CosseboomOct 21, 2016
A 23-year-old Dutch tourist died after stepping in front of a train at the station in Lempuyangan, Yogyakarta.