Indonesia has implemented spyware tools from Israel, the European Union, and Malaysia.

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Amnesty International has raised alarm over Indonesia’s utilization of spyware tools sourced from Israel, the European Union, and Malaysia, citing concerns about potential infringements on privacy and freedom of expression in the country, the organization reported.

Heightened surveillance could result in a climate of fear and self-censorship, undermining democratic principles and creating an environment where dissenting voices are silenced, ultimately eroding trust in the government and institutions.

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