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UNICEF Digital Citizenship and Safety- Indonesia presentation UNICEF Digital Citizenship and Safety- Indonesia presentation Presentation Transcript

  • Copyright UNICEF Digitial Citizenship and Safety. Project Mgr. Akshay Sinha asinha@unicef.org. Designer Olivier Marie omarie@unicef.org
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net and Activities TrendsTable of Contents ■ General Characteristics of Indonesia ■ General Characteristics of the Indonesian Net ■ Digital Access and activities ■ Behavioral Online Trends ■ Safety risks ■ RecommendationsDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • General characteristics of IndonesiaCopyright UNICEF Digitial Citizenship and Safety. Project Mgr. Akshay Sinha asinha@unicef.org. Designer Olivier Marie omarie@unicef.org
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net and Activities TrendsOverview Population (2010): 238 million (1.10% growth/annum) 51% male/ 49% female 48% rural population 300 different ethnic groups Bahasa Indonesia is the official national language (737 living languages) Muslim 86.1%, Protestant 5.7%, Roman Catholic 3%, Hindu 1.8%, other or unspecified 3.4% Literacy (ages 15+): Male: 95.2 Female: 88.8 GDP: 658.31 billion USD in 2010 (growing at approx. 6.3% annually)Digital Citizenship & Safety
  • Indonesian NetCopyright UNICEF Digitial Citizenship and Safety. Project Mgr. Akshay Sinha asinha@unicef.org. Designer Olivier Marie omarie@unicef.org
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net and Activities TrendsLow technological standing comparatively but rapid technological growthDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net and Activities TrendsMobile Internet Usage- Regional Comparison Digital Citizenship & Safety
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net and Activities TrendsInternet Penetration- Regional Comparison (South East Asia)Digital Citizenship & Safety
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net and Activities TrendsEnvironmentDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • DIGITAL ACCESS AND ACTIVITIESCopyright UNICEF Digitial Citizenship and Safety. Project Mgr. Akshay Sinha asinha@unicef.org. Designer Olivier Marie omarie@unicef.org
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net And Activities and Activities TrendsUsers Based on Educational Background Digital Citizenship & Safety
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net And Activities and Activities TrendsAccess Points There is over 10,000 Internet kiosks in indonesia (2007)Digital Citizenship & Safety
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net And Activities and Activities TrendsDigital Divide CT density is only .25% in rural areas 10-25% ICT penetration telecommunication penetration in in urban areas urban areas is 125 times rural penetration. From 70,000 villages throughout the country, around 43,000 (62%) do not have telecommunication infrastructures, and 12,634 (18%) do not have tele-center or Internet connected centers.Digital Citizenship & Safety
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net And Activities and Activities TrendsEmailing and Social Networking lead the way onlineDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net And Activities and Activities TrendsActivities online- Regional ComparisonDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net And Activities and Activities TrendsIndonesia as social networking capital of the world Facebook penetrationDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net And Activities and Activities TrendsFacebook Disparities Across Gender and AgeDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net And Activities and Activities TrendsFacebook usageDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net And Activities and Activities TrendsBlogging ■ As of October 2010, Indonesia has approximately 3.2 million bloggers who post on over 4.1 million blogs. ■ Western platforms used Blogger and Wordpress. Indonesian currently the fourth biggest user of Wordpress. ■ Indonesian platforms used Dagdigdug and Blog Detik. ■ The majority of the Indonesian blogs re-written in Bahasa Indonesia, but an increasing number of bloggers are writing in English ■ Blogging only began to truly gain popularity in 2007. At a blogging conference in 2007, Indonesia’s then Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Mohammad Nuh, declared 27 October ‘National Bloggers’ Day’.Digital Citizenship & Safety
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net And Activities and Activities TrendsMicrobloggingDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • Behavioral Online TrendsCopyright UNICEF Digitial Citizenship and Safety. Project Mgr. Akshay Sinha asinha@unicef.org. Designer Olivier Marie omarie@unicef.org
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Behavioral Online Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net and Activities Trends TrendsIncreasing Internet UsageDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • Safety Risks to the Indonesian Net GenerationCopyright UNICEF Digitial Citizenship and Safety. Project Mgr. Akshay Sinha asinha@unicef.org. Designer Olivier Marie omarie@unicef.org
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net and Activities TrendsSafety Risks for Russian Young People Using ICTs Cyber Piracy Grooming Production of Child Pornography Radicalism on the netDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net and Activities TrendsPiracy ■ 66% piracy rate (2010) ■ 86% piracy rate (2009) - Commercial Value $19,000,000 - ranked 12th in the world in terms of global piracy rates - 19th in the world in terms of global lossesDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net and Activities TrendsSexual Explicit Images defined and legislation Rancangan Undang-Undang Anti Pornografi dan Pornoaksi defines pornography as: “any sexual materials created by humans in the form of pictures, sketches, photos, writings, voices, sounds, motion pictures, animations, cartoons, poems, conversations, body movement, or other forms of message communication through various forms of communication media and/ or representations in public that cause sexual arousal and/or violates norms in community.” Rancangan Undang-Undang Anti Pornografi dan Pornoaksi 2008 (Bill against Pornography and Porno-Action 2008) Prohibits material depicting: ■ coital acts, foreplay and sexual diversions pertaining to coitus ■ sexual violence ■ masturbation or onanism ■ nudity or illusions/allusions to nudity ■ genitaliaDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net and Activities TrendsChild Pornography/ Grooming ■ Rancangan Undang-Undang Anti Pornografi dan Pornoaksi 2008 defines children as anyone below the age of 18 ■ The law prohibits anyone from engaging, involving, invoking, or entangling children in pornographic activities and forbids the urging/inviting, persuasion/tricking/cheating, employment or utilization, misuse, domineering, coercion or exertion of children into porn or porn related products ■ Komnas Anak received 2,335 reports of commercial sexual exploitation of children, 18% involving children and pornographyDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net and Activities TrendsTerrorism and the Internet From 2007 to 2008, the number of radical websites grew from 15 to 117. ■ Hisbut-tahrir.or.id ■ Hidayatullah.com ■ Infopalestina.com ■ Arrahmah.com ■ Almuhajirun.com ■ Kispa.org ■ Syabab.com ■ Jamaahmuslimin.com ■ Muslimdaily.net ■ Media-islam.or.idDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • General Characteristics General Characteristics Digital Access Behavioral Online Safety Risk Recommendations of Indonesia of the Indonesian Net and Activities TrendsMonitoring the Net Undang-undang Informasi dan Transaksi Elektronik (Information Act and Electronic Transactions Bill) prohibits the dissemination of information that violates decency through electronic mediums. The Ministry for Information developed ‘nanny’ software, which is available for download from the Ministry’s website. Local sites have begun closing links and images that contained pornographic materials. ■ - kaskus.us, Indonesia’s fifth most popular site, began blocking access to its BB17 service (a social network), which contained pornographic images and links to adult sites.Digital Citizenship & Safety
  • RecommendationsCopyright UNICEF Digitial Citizenship and Safety. Project Mgr. Akshay Sinha asinha@unicef.org. Designer Olivier Marie omarie@unicef.org