Data-Protection Legal Framework: A Priority Agenda to Keep Indonesia from Falling behind the Rest of the World
Indonesia’s immediate neighbors, Singapore and Malaysia, have already cemented data-protection acts into place, these countries are thus prepared for the ongoing transformation of communication and technology within their borders in ways that will protect the privacy of their citizens whilst also allowing for businesses, investment and innovation to flourish without too many obstacles being placed in their path
The Right to Be Forgotten in Indonesia: Progression or Regression?
The implementation of the RtbF within the EU itself is still proving controversial and several criticisms regarding the RtbF have been voiced. Firstly, based on the judgment of the Court, specifically paragraph 99, the judges have expressed the view that it is necessary to always strike a balance between the right to privacy and the freedom of expression. In her paper, Eleni Frantziou wrote, “How much is too much protection of privacy?”
Lesson Learned from the Bankruptcy of Nyonya Meneer
The country’s bankruptcy law and its focus upon large-scale debtors, impacts upon the low rates of individual bankruptcy applications here. This is in stark contrast with the higher rates that persist in developed countries. This in turn can have dreadful consequences and stories of desperate individuals who take their own lives as a result of their debts are often to be found in the media
Foreign Ownership of Indonesian Real Estate Land: It’s Purpose, Changes and Potential for Success & A Comparative Analysis
With many countries “opening their Doors” to global investors, countries allow themselves become the “New Gold”, for both individual and corporate investors. Although many investors found tremendous success in their path, some “Backfired”.
ASEAN Integration in the Midst of American and Chinese Dominance
The main challenge currently facing further ASEAN integration is that the community’s member states are competing with the United States (US) and its Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agenda, as well as with the People's Republic of China (PRC), with its Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)
Building the ASEAN Community Legal Structure
In the near future then, the emergence of an ASEAN Community legal order can no longer be avoided. Developing and organizing the community’s new legal structure is a must in order to realize the vision for an integrated ASEAN. These are the challenges that not only will member states be facing, but also legal experts, lawyers and academics
Legal Cooperation Among ASEAN Countries: Combating Money Laundering In Indonesia
Money laundering has become an international problem that needs an international solution through the development of law enforcement cooperation among nations, especially in East Asian region.
Misconceptions About Common Law Litigation
Indonesians often assume that litigation in a common law system is more efficient. However, this belief is often based on pop-culture sources such as Hollywood movies and tv /or stories heard through the grapevine, which do not provide an accurate account.
Ratifying the Rome Statute: Almost There and Back Again
Indications of fear amongst Indonesian politicians that the Rome Statute could be abused to interfere with the country’s domestic politics. Prime example is this year’s Presidential candidate, Prabowo Subianto
Divestment in the Mining Industry - Are We Ready ?
It is questionable whether the Government is ready and will be consistent in traversing the difficult economic road ahead.
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