WhatsApp and Facebook are threatened with dissolution and blocked in Indonesia, Kominfo urges to register immediately

WhatsApp and Facebook are threatened with dissolution and blocked in Indonesia, Kominfo urges to register immediately
WhatsApp and Facebook are threatened with dissolution and blocked in Indonesia, Kominfo urges to register immediately

Edukasinewss – Private digital platforms such as Whatsapp and Facebook are threatened with dismantling for not being registered in the system of the Ministry of Communication and Information (Kominfo).

Whatsapp and Facebook are threatened with dissolution The spokesman for the Ministry of Communication and Information, Didi Bermadi, reminded PSE operators to immediately re-register with Private Scopes.

He said that the registration of foreign and local SMEs would end on July 20, 2022. Didi said that it was regulated in the Regulation of the Minister of Communication and Information Number 5 of 2020.

The regulation includes the obligation for all domestic and foreign private companies to register before bidding or doing digital business in Indonesia.

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Whatsapp and Facebook threaten to dissolve in Indonesia

“For those who have registered, if they do not comply with the Online Single Application Risk Rule (OSS RBA) approach, they must re-register. In the meantime, other PSEs who have never registered must meet the criteria and are required to register, register immediately,” Didi said at the office. Kominvo, Jakarta, Wednesday (6/22/2020).

According to Kominfo data, foreign PSEs have registered new TikTok and Linktree. While foreign PSEs like WhatsApp, Google, Facebook, etc. they are not registered.

“Only Tiktok and Linktree are listed. So only two large foreign companies are listed.

According to the applicable regulations, there are six categories of the private sector that must be registered, namely:

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1. Companies that offer or market goods/services;

2. Companies that provide financial transaction services.

3. Companies providing paid digital content services.

4. Companies providing telecommunications services.

5. Companies that provide search engine services. Y

6. Companies that process personal data for electronic transactions.

Didi said registration was done door-to-door through the Electronic Business Licensing System/Online Single Application Site (OSS) https://oss.go.id, which was directly integrated with the Information Technology System. Information and Communications Ministry.

According to Kominfo data from 2015 to this month, there were 4,540 PSE in Indonesia. It is made up of 4,472 national companies and 68 foreign companies. Kominfo has a list of PSE names that have been registered on their official website. When browsing the site, big names like Facebook, WhatsApp, and Google were not included in the Kominfo system.

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