Indonesia has made impressive democratic gains since the fall of an authoritarian regime in 1998, enjoying significant political and media pluralism and undergoing multiple, peaceful transfers of power. Significant challenges persist, including systemic corruption, discrimination and violence against minority groups, conflict in Papua, and the politicized use of defamation and blasphemy laws.
Freedom on the Net— Indonesia Country Report
Indonesia is rated Partly Free in Freedom on the Net, Freedom House's comprehensive study of internet freedom around the globe.
Testimony on Freedom of Expression in Asia
Testimony and remarks
Internet Freedom in Asia Hits Unprecedented Low
December 2, 2019
Asia’s Elections Are Plagued by Online Disinformation
May 2, 2019
Now Streaming: Censorship
January 3, 2019
A Grim Reality for Internet Freedom in Asia
November 7, 2018
Freedom Isn’t Always Forever
January 29, 2015