Despite ban, social media to stay open
Safrin La Batu and Anton Hermansyah
The Jakarta Post
Responding to widespread concern that the Communications and Information Ministry’s decision to block messaging app Telegram was a precursor to a blanket ban on popular platforms like YouTube and Facebook, President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo made assurances on Sunday that the new policy would not affect other social media platforms.
“There’s no block targeted at other social media plat...
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