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· July, 2010

Stories about Indonesia from July, 2010

Indonesia: Spreading migrant issues through internet

EngageMedia uploads a short video clip featuring Community Technology Center in Indonesia, an access point to receive and spread out migrant issues through the internet.

Indonesia’s fashion bloggers

The top bloggers in Indonesia are fashion and lifestyle bloggers who are mostly young ladies. Who are they and why are they popular?

Global Lives: Revisiting the project recording people's lives

Two years ago we wrote about a project in its initial stages: Global Lives set out to record a day in the life of 10 people from all over the...

Southeast Asia: Sex and web censorship

Regulating internet content today is viewed as an anti-democratic practice but Southeast Asian governments seem able to justify it by invoking the need to save the young from the scourge...

Borneo Island: Uniting bloggers through Borneo Colours

Borneo Colours is a website that links bloggers from Brunei, Sabah, Sarawak, Labuan (Malaysia) and Kalimantan (Indonesia) which are all located in the island of Borneo. It's a platform for...

Indonesia: Kretek cigarettes banned in the U.S.

The Kretek cigarette industry in Indonesia will be adversely affected by the looming United States ban on flavoured tobacco products. Rob Baiton writes about the impact of the ban on...

Indonesia: Software piracy haven

Despite ratifying conventions and passing numerous laws on intellectual property rights, Indonesia is still unable to curb software piracy

Indonesia: Deadly gas cylinders

Multibrand from Indonesia wants the government to investigate the gas cylinder explosions throughout the country which injured and killed many people already.

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