“The main principle isn’t about fines…what we want is for social media to be used properly, used to be beneficial,” said Communications Minister Johnny G. Plate.
At the awards, Siti Choiriana of PT. Telkom Indonesia walked away with the honour of Female Executive of the Year of Consumer Services with more than 2,500 Employees.
The repository aims to make research data accessible, and make it easier for other scientists to further contribute to the field.
“BSSN is open to partnering with all related parties in cyber resilience through research collaboration…, working groups and capacity building through cyber security training,”
Agricultural and biosystem engineering students have developed cloud-based technology to monitor water levels. The technology is currently used for irrigation, but the students hope to potentially develop it into an early warning system for floods.
Indonesia’s economic growth slipped to its weakest in over two years, signalling a stimulus is on the cards.
To improve education his policies should not only use advanced technology and innovation, but also make these reforms more open and accessible for all, more importantly for disadvantaged students and teachers.
Indonesia has relaxed data storage rules to allow private companies to keep and process data abroad, sparking criticism that the government is backtracking on digital sovereignty.
The country’s ranking in the 2020 EODB index cuts against President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s target for Indonesia to be ranked 40th next year.
“Indonesia I think is facing a very dynamic and uncertain global economy and an economic slowdown that is pressuring the whole world,” Indrawati said.
Nadiem Makarim, co-founder of Indonesia’s first startup unicorn Gojek, resigned from his company and said he will take up a cabinet post.
Google, Temasek, and consulting firm Bain & Company have released the fourth edition of the e-Conomy SEA 2019 report. This year’s edition features five key sectors.