Indonesia partially blocks social media following post-election riots

The social media blockade was meant to prevent the spreading of fake news and provocative posts that may trigger further escalation of the situation Indonesia’s minister of security Wiranto today announced that the authorities will limit access to several features on social media platforms in certain areas in Jakarta, following the post-election riots that have […] The post Indonesia partially blocks social media following post-election riots appeared first on e27.


22 May, 2019E27.CO

Indonesia partially blocks social media following post-election riots | BEAM

The social media blockade was meant to prevent the spreading of fake news and provocative posts that may trigger further escalation of the situation

Indonesia’s minister of security Wiranto today announced that the authorities will limit access to several features on social media platforms in certain areas in Jakarta, following the post-election riots that have been going on in the city since yesterday.

The blockade was meant to prevent the spreading of fake news and provocative posts that may trigger further escalation of the situation....

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