The Indonesian Digital Landscape Related to Crimes and Digital Transgressions


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Session 5
Wed 09:00-10:30 REC A2.12

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Our discussion will explore the challenges faced by Indonesia in terms of cybersecurity and the implications of technology on human rights advocacy. From unraveling the intricacies of cybercrime to examining the impact of digital activism on human rights movements, our panel seeks to provide a comprehensive understanding of the digital landscape related to crimes in Indonesia. As our world becomes increasingly interconnected and reliant on digital technologies, it becomes necessary to understand the intricacies of cybercrime and its intersection with fundamental issues such as human rights.

Studying the digital landscape related to crimes in Indonesia is crucial for several reasons. First, the rapid evolution of technology has given rise to new forms of criminal activities, particularly in the digital realm. Cybercrime, encompassing a range of malicious activities from hacking to online fraud, poses significant challenges to the security and well-being of individuals and society. Furthermore, the intersection of digital technology with human rights movements adds another layer of complexity to the discussion. Digital platforms have become important spaces for activism, expression, and human rights advocacy. The panel will also address crimes involving women, examining how they are portrayed and perceived in Indonesian society