Posts tagged “Indonesia”
This report, written and coordinated by Citizen Lab Technical Advisor Morgan Marquis-Boire, analyzes several samples we believe to be mobile variants of the FinFisher Spy Kit targeting iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Windows Mobile and Symbian platforms. It is a follow-on to a previous research brief, From Bahrain with Love: FinFisher's Spy Kit Exposed?, that analyzed several pieces of malware targeting Bahraini dissidents.
Source: The Diplomat
Malaysia’s electoral reform movement, known as Bersih (clean), succeeded in mobilizing tens of thousands of people in the streets last April.
Source: Hana Stewart-Smith, ZDNet
The Indonesian government has threatened to shut down BlackBerry services in the region, as the company has not been “cooperative”, the Jakarta Post reports.
Source: Voice of America
The Indonesian government has blocked 300 websites it calls extremist after several recent sectarian clashes. Despite the effort, hundreds more sites cataloging the glories of jihad are still readily available online.
Source: The Jakarta Post
The government has urged Research in Motion (RIM), the developer of Blackberry smart phones, to open its special access to wiretap those people suspected of corruption or money laundering, and others, who are under criminal investigation.
Source: Elin Yunita Kristanti and Syahrul Ansyari, VivaNews
The government through Information and Communication Minister Tifatul Sembiring is planning to block music or movie websites offering free downloads which can be easily found in the internet.
“I’m expecting innovators and the industry to work hand in hand in an effort to produce phenomenal works. I think it’s a sin for the government to abandon creation of its people. I don’t wanna be a sinner. So, a strategy is needed,” said Tifatul today.
In addition to the possible ban, Tifatul explained, the perpetrators of illegal downloading could also face a penalty of 9-year imprisonment, or Rp3 billion of fine, according to Article 25 of Electronic Information and Transaction Law. Thus, the general public need to be more careful.
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