'Netflix Do not be arrogant, Respect Sovereignty Cyber ​​Indonesia'

Jakarta - Telkom Blocked streaming video service Netflix join fishing pros and cons. There are regretted, but others agree if it concerns the enforcement of regulatory rules and the sovereignty of Indonesia.
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MCIT Rudiantara itself claimed no problem with Telkom step blocking Netflix, even he admitted that support for the rights of Telkom in its business policy.

But on the other hand, the Administrator and the Indonesian Telecommunications Regulatory Body (BRTI) together with a number of ministries and other institutions related entities, broadcasting, film, and others involved in setting up the rules.

"What does the minister have been the result of a meeting with the minister ITRB. We support innovative services to the public but must respect the regulations in force in Indonesia," said Imam Muhammad Nasir, a member ITRB, detikINET, Wednesday (27/01/2016).

According to him, in terms of content provision in Indonesia, Netflix is ​​given two options, whether filed as content service providers, that they meet the requirements / regulations exist, or in cooperation with existing content providers.

But it all with a record of the content itself is legal and does not violate the rules, for example on the side of the Film Act. The government itself, said Imam, is more likely to open innovation services to the community such as OTT (over-the-top).

"But to be fair in the administration. The term same rule or SSSR same service. Netflix should not be arrogant and must respect the sovereignty of the Republic of Indonesia, including in the cyber world," said Imam. (rou / fyk)

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