Indonesia urged tech companies to register under new licensing rules, issued inspection and ban warning to those who didn't register (UPDATE) (2023)

UPDATE: Steam, Origin, Paypal and Epic Games are now blocked. Some providers slowly having them blocked, with state owned ISP such as Indihome and Telkomsel implement the ban early this morning. Source on my latest reply

Summary

Indonesia through Kominfo (Ministry of Communications and Information) has made a rules that requires tech companies to register their services toPSE database (Database Penyelenggara Sistem Elektronik, Electronics System Provider in English). This was already issued since one and half weeks ago, with the deadline of July 20th, and they warned any online services that didn't register will be blocked, with inspection that will follow if the companies have a regional office in Indonesia and stating that 'whoever companies didn't register means they don't see Indonesia as their potential market and it's their loss if they're being blocked'.

Despite the deadline already past due andthe rules already passed, there were no implementation of the ban, but inspection has been done to some tech companies especially to the ones that has regional office such as Google and Twitter, which was late registering their services. Kominfo also stated that the rules was made in order to 'ensure user safety, data privacy, andallow authorities to order platforms to take down content deemed unlawful, or that "disturbs public order" and to make sure any services in Indonesia have localization'. This rules, however, has sparked a lot of protest online, with some independent journalist and NGOs like SAFEnet (Southeast Asia Freedom of Expression Network)pointed out that there's transparency issues and potential for the rules to be abuse of power, and local cyber security consultant posting various proof that the registration website is clunky and unsafe.

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Indonesia urged tech companies on Monday to register under new licensing rules, or run the risk of having their platforms blocked, with data showing many big tech firms such as Google and Meta had yet to comply days out from July 20 deadline. The requirement to register is part of a set of rules, first released in November 2020, that will allow authorities to order platforms to take down content deemed unlawful, or that "disturbs public order" within four hours if considered urgent, and 24 hours if not. (reuters) [...] The new rule is also to ensure that the tech companies are able to provide services in the Indonesian language. (metrotvnews) [...] While many feel the law is aimed more toward social media and online content providers like Google, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Netflix, and such, the new licensing system applies to all domestic and foreign Electronic Service Operators. The government can also compel companies to reveal communications and personal data of specific users if requested by law enforcement or government agencies. Simply put, authorities can take down content on a site or app of a tech company within four hours if it is considered a disruption to the peace. If the content has been flagged but requires a bit more investigation, the authorities can still take it down in 24 hours. (techwireasia)

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The new licensing system applies to all domestic and foreign Electronic Service Operators. [...] The government says the new rules have been formulated to ensure internet service providers protect consumer data, and that online content is used in a "positive and productive" way. Despite the threat, some analysts doubt whether Indonesian authorities would immediately block platforms operated by non-compliant companies, especially given how widely used some of the platforms are in Indonesia, including by state officials. [...] Some activists say the new articles related to content posed a threat to privacy and freedom of expression. "Our analysis shows that this will be the most repressive regulation of its kind in the region," said Nenden Arum, from digital rights group, the Southeast Asia Freedom of Expression Network (SAFEnet). Minister Plate said the registration requirement was administrative and not about content. (reuters)

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The Communications and Information Ministry is requiring domestic and foreign private electronic services providers (ESPs) to register all services available in the country by Wednesday night or face imminent blocking, pursuant to Ministerial Regulation No. 5/2020 on private ESPs. [...] The rule is part of a set of implementing regulations under the 2008 Electronic Information and Transactions (ITE) Law, which grants the state sweeping censorship powers and has been misused to silence government critics.The ministry's applications and informatics director general, Semuel Abrijani Pangerapan, said that all private digital service providers (DSPs) like Google, Netflix, Meta and Twitter must be registered with the government's Online Single Submission-Risk Based Approach (OSS-RBA) licensing system. “All unregistered DSPs will be categorized as illegal, and as illegals, in accordance with [the Electronic Information and Transactions or ITE] law, they can be blocked,” Semuel told The Jakarta Post.

...“Why so sudden? [..] We have not heard anything about this since June 2021 and it appears that there is a transparency problem here,” said Nenden Arum, head of freedom of expression at digital rights watchdog Southeast Asia Freedom of Expression Network (SAFEnet). SAFEnet has long opposed the ITE law for potential abuse of power, and it views the DSP regulation as having the same potential. In a press release, SAFEnet highlighted that the law used the phrases “causing a public disturbance” and “public disorder” as among the conditions for taking down content or blocking access to a DSP. “How will the government decide if something is causing a public disturbance? Do they have any objective indicator or parameter? Who has the authority to decide? The answers to these questions have never been made clear, and that is our concern,” said Nenden.(TJP)

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Hello mate, kominfo pse web can be bypassed just with regular user, I went silly and changed the session and successfully login as admin (secgron)

Please for whoever (in Kominfo), make an actually better and secure website first, then you can ask internet users to register (their services) in this PSE thingy. Don't be a hypocrite, be an example instead. This website (PSE from Kominfo) is not good and secure. The proof is you can read this text. This text wasn't written by an admin, but a regular user. Apparently it's easy to "penetrate" Kominfo made app that was said require billions to trillions of cost. Sad, IMO (secgron)


So after I registered as applicant, why is the register PSE button doesn't exist (ngga ada= nonexistent*), does it require the admin to accept. Then I tried to look at the developer console, from those networks I take a look where the get goes for the api- (api-get), then I checked storage session section and the cookies, I saw all the data inside, and what makes me curious is why there's a 'pemohon' (applicant) value, then I changed the value to "admin" and it failed, then I changed it to "administrator" and why does it worked? From there, I looked at the existing menu and doesn't change any of the data because I'm a bit afraid, and that's all dude (secgron)

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I also want a little info for netizens, right? It's better if we don't just fuss about PSE registration, but find out what the consequences of Permenkominfo regulation No. 5/2020 for our lives. If there is a PSE that registers like TikTok, Spotify, etc. [...] In article 9, paragraphs 3 & 4, the phrase 'forbidden' actually has a very wide range and its interpretation is karet (rubbery, slang for vague in Indonesian). For example, what is meant by “disturbing the community” in 4b, what is the size/standard, who will decide? [...] What are the consequences? The PSE that has been registered must take down posts that are considered "disturbing the public and disturbing public order". Because if not, there is Article 9 paragraph 6, which gives a blocking penalty (disconnection). We're not going to get viral content like that again.In Part Two of PSE Obligations Private Scope of User Generated Content article 11 paragraph c, PSE will not be blocked if the PSE removed the content prohibited in article 9. Consequences: registered PSEs will have to frequently remove content that "disturbs the public and disturbs public order"

[...]What do you mean by cut off access? If you read the contents of article 13, PSE must really make the content inaccessible to anyone, not just not visible to people. [...] Next, regarding the termination of access [...] Those who can request a termination can be the community, K/L (Kementrian/ Lembaga, ministry or agency), APH (Aparat Penegak Hukum, law enforcers), court orders. Then the minister gave orders to the PSE. PSE then remove it in 1x24 hours.Doesn't it require a court order to cut off proper access according to international rules? Well, this is Indonesia. The content "disturbing the public and disturbing public order" is included in the urgent content of Article 14 paragraph 3. It must be deleted in 4 hours. If not, the ISP is told to block it. [...]In article 21, registered PSEs are required to provide access to electronic systems and electronic data to K/L and APH for supervision and law enforcement. But (1) the absence of independent supervision in obtaining access to personal data, (2) In practice, there is often misuse of personal data, especially by the bureaucracy and law enforcer. (Damar Juniarto)

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For those who don't know, the Jakarta Administrative Court in 2020 decided that @kemkominfo violated the law regarding internet blocking and restrictions in Papua. Just imagine that the Ministry which has a history of breaking the law related to the termination of access is now given power with vague and dangerous articles. Articles 9, 14 and 36 in Permenkominfo No. 5 of 2020 will make this law-breaking Ministry even more dangerous.Think about why until now Twitter, Google and Meta (FB, IG, WA) still haven't registered their platforms to PSE @kemkominfo? If these platforms sign up, then they will violate their own privacy policy & our privacy as users will also be threatened.In the Minister of Communication and Informatics Regulation Number 10 of 2021 concerning Amendments to the Minister of Communication and Information Technology Number 5 of 2020 concerning PSE in the Private Scope, at least 3 articles were found problematic. [...]Article 9 paragraphs 3 and 4 are too dangerous because "disturbing the community" & "disturbing public order" are very vague. Later it can be used to "turn off" criticism even if it is delivered peacefully. What's the basis? They just answer "disturbing public order".Then article 14 paragraph 3 is again found to be "disturbing the community" and "disturbing public order". In this section, they will be able to limit their freedom of expression and opinion at will. Why is my content taken down? They just answer "disturbing the community".They made the vague article on purpose so they could do whatever they wanted. The point is that if you follow the government's definition, nothing will go wrong. We have all seen the impact of the rubber article in the ITE Law. This Permenkominfo is also very disruptive.Then what is also troublesome is article 36, law enforcement will later be able to request the content of our communications and personal data to PSE. What is the guarantee that this will not be misused to limit or end the movements of those who are against the government? Nothing, right?So far, Kominfo has not done anything about it, once they does something, they're troublesome. [...]Regarding the rubber article, because it is too broad and there is no clear definition, anyone is free to define it according to their wishes and this is dangerous. Regarding the data request in article 36, remember the Apple vs FBI case? Requests for data cannot be arbitrary, there must be an order from the court. (secgron)

My thoughts

I already lost hope with how internet works in Indonesia from 2018. This kind of internet L is already common in here and net neutrality is pretty much screwed here. Our govt arbitrarily blocking sites for 'NSFW content and misinformation' with no explanation on why they're actually got the ban (such as Reddit, Imgur, Vimeo and used to be they also blocked Tumblr but it was lifted after various protest on the internet),and now this? I think at this point they're just showing off their clown side. Pulling a great firewall and having a pathetic network infrastructure is just a brutal combo, and I don't know if they're going to revise this or heck, just cancel this. Even though I'm not sure if they have the will to do that because our govt is kind of corrupt and decided to choose people that doesn't have great understanding on how internet works and what looks like an outdated resources for their network infrastructure. Also I know, I'm sorry if this is really long especially with the translated tweet

*I also need to add some notes for 4th quote because this used to spark a drama on twitter for stupid reason:It's pronounced Enggakand is a slang for Noin Indonesian. This is not a slur!

Sources

https://youtu.be/57Rl1MIFhMo

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-07-19/google-meta-bow-to-sweeping-taxes-content-curbs-in-indonesia

https://www.reuters.com/technology/google-twitter-yet-sign-up-indonesias-new-licensing-rules-ministry-2022-07-20/

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https://www.reuters.com/technology/indonesia-urges-tech-platforms-sign-up-new-licensing-rules-or-risk-being-blocked-2022-07-18/

https://www.reuters.com/technology/meta-units-agree-indonesia-tech-licensing-rules-amid-blocking-threat-2022-07-19/

https://kominfu.com/

https://www.metrotvnews.com/play/N4EC2AjZ-indonesia-s-new-tech-licensing-rules

https://www.thejakartapost.com/indonesia/2022/07/25/self-censorship-concerns-grow-as-big-tech-accedes-to-cyber-policy.html

http://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2022/07/20/disruptions-loom-as-deadline-for-digital-platform-registry-closes.html

https://www.thejakartapost.com/indonesia/2022/07/19/big-tech-submits-to-indonesian-cyber-policy.html

https://www.thejakartapost.com/indonesia/2022/07/19/ministry-urges-tech-platforms-to-sign-up-to-new-licensing-rules-or-risk-being-blocked.html

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https://techwireasia.com/2022/07/what-does-indonesia-new-licensing-rules-mean-for-tech-companies/

original tweet from Teguh Aprianto (secgron) and Damar Juniarto (DAM) in Indonesian:

Edited by KeradSnake
Steam, Origin, Paypal and Epic Games are now blocked :(

FAQs

Is Instagram banned in Indonesia? ›

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What is the capital of Indonesia? ›

Indonesia plans to move its capital to East Kalimantan, from Jakarta, to bring more wealth and development outside of the wealthiest island of Java.

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New regulations see multiple large gaming services including Steam blocked in Indonesia after the companies failed to meet a deadline to comply with changes to registration requirements in the Southeast Asian country.

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What apps are blocked in Indonesia? ›

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Will Indonesia change capital? ›

Indonesia plans to move its capital city from Jakarta on the island of Java to a new forest city on the island of Borneo called Nusantara.

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Does Indonesia have 2 capitals? ›

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Indonesia has unblocked PayPal , Steam owner Valve and Yahoo (Engadget's parent company), allowing them to resume operations. The country prevented residents from accessing services of several companies that missed a July 29th deadline to register with a government database.

Is WhatsApp illegal in Indonesia? ›

Facebook, Google, WhatsApp illegal in Indonesia unless they register for licenses.

Is WhatsApp blocked in Indonesia? ›

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Is Steam still banned in Indonesia? ›

According to Niko Partners analyst Daniel Ahmad's tweet, Steam is officially unbanned in Indonesia and gamers can access every service and game Valve provides in the region. Other gaming giants like Epic Games and Electronic Arts' Origin are still blocked, though.

Does Steam unban Indonesia? ›

The good news is that Valve has registered with Kominfo and Steam is now officially unblocked and accessible in Indonesia.

Can I use Steam in Indonesia? ›

As such, Steam is no longer blocked by the Indonesian government. PayPal and Yahoo services have also resumed in the country. At this time, however, the Epic Games Store and its services, as well as EA's Origin, are still blocked.

What do you call the Indonesian language? ›

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Is patreon blocked in Indonesia? ›

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What is the main religion in Indonesia 2020? ›

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Why is Indonesia replacing its capital? ›

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President Joko Widodo first announced the proposal to relocate Indonesia's capital in 2019, citing the need to address the country's massive environmental concerns as well as redistribute wealth.

How Much Will Indonesia's new capital cost? ›

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Is PayPal registered in Indonesia? ›

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Can I use PayPal in Indonesia? ›

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Can PayPal get blocked? ›

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Will YouTube be banned in Indonesia? ›

JAKARTA, Indonesia (CNN) -- Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation, has temporarily banned YouTube to block access to a video that many Muslims consider anti-Islamic. Protesters demonstrate against an anti-Islamic film in front of the Dutch embassy in Jakarta.

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Is Facebook available in Indonesia? ›

As of July 2021, Facebook had the largest market share among other social media platforms in Indonesia, with a market share of about 70 percent.

Where is WhatsApp block list? ›

Open WhatsApp, tap More options > Settings. Tap Account > Privacy > Blocked contacts.

How do I add Indonesia number to WhatsApp? ›

Make sure to remove any leading 0s or special calling codes.
...
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In which country Instagram is not available? ›

On Monday, Instagram will be blocked in Russia. This decision will cut 80 million in Russia off from one another, and from the rest of the world as ~80% of people in Russia follow an Instagram account outside their country. This is wrong.

In which countries Instagram is not available? ›

Users of the social network Instagram complained about the failure of the service. According to Downdetector data, the problem mainly affected India, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and a number of other countries.

What country blocks Instagram? ›

Instagram is now completely blocked in Russia. Roskomnadzor, the country's media regulator, officially banned the app on Friday but gave Russians a 48-hour in-between period before it would be instituted.

Is YouTube banned in China? ›

In cases where the entire site is banned due to one particular video, YouTube will often agree to remove or limit access to that video in order to restore service. As of September 2012, countries with standing national bans on YouTube include China, Iran, and Turkmenistan.

Why is Instagram banned in China? ›

Due to heavy pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, China blocks access to Instagram in an attempt to manage social networking communications between users in China.

Why is TikTok banned in China? ›

One FCC commissioner wants to ban TikTok from the Apple and Google app stores because of the China-controlled video app's “pattern of surreptitious data practices.”

Is Instagram illegal in Russia? ›

Roskomnadzor on March 11 announced it would ban Instagram effective March 14. A week later, a Moscow court reiterated the ban on the grounds the platform was "extremist." The ruling outlaws Russian individuals or entitles from transacting on the platform, including paying for advertisement or buying goods and services.

In which country Instagram is used most? ›

According to the latest Instagram statistics, India tops the list ranking Instagram users by country, with 253.5 million active Instagram users there.

Is Instagram allowed in China? ›

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Why Instagram is not working in Russia? ›

The Russian government has blocked Instagram as part of its move to control the narrative about the Russo-Ukrainian war. A VPN can help you bypass Russian internet censorship and geoblocks so you can enjoy all the features of Instagram.

Is Instagram allowed in Taiwan? ›

The fact is that Taiwan and China are not the same and they have different sets of rules, government, money, and freedoms.
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Taiwan vs China.
CountryTaiwanChina
Religious FreedomFreeSome not allowed
Most Popular Messenger AppLineWeChat
Social NetworkFacebook, Instagram, YouTubeWeibo
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Which country has Instagram Reels? ›

In an effort to cash in on the trend, Meta created Instagram Reels in 2020 and Facebook Reels in September of 2021 in countries such as the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and India.

Can Russians use TikTok? ›

Since March, Russian users have been banned from uploading new content on TikTok following Moscow's invasion of Ukraine. Russian citizens are also prevented from seeing domestic or intentional TikTok videos, after the policy was updated on June 30.

Which country does not use Facebook? ›

Many countries have banned or temporarily limited access to Facebook. Use of the website has also been restricted in various ways in other countries. As of July 2022, the only countries to continually ban access to the social networking site are China, Iran, North Korea, and Russia.

Do Russians use social media? ›

In 2020, Russians were the most active social media users in Europe, by averaging nearly two and a half hours per day. While WhatsApp remained the most used messenger application in the country, Vkontakte was social platform with the largest volume of monthly publications.

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