‘It was Twitter’: Ministry explains suspension of FPI accounts
Fachrul Sidiq | The Jakarta Post
Jakarta | Wed, January 18, 2017 | 07:08 pm
Twitter Indonesia country head Roy Simangunsong said the most popular moments discussed in 2016 by Indonesian netizens were Ramadhan and achievements in sports. (AP/Richard Drew)
The Communications and Information Ministry has highlighted the right of social media giant Twitter to suspend accounts as it sees fit, including those of the Islam Defenders Front (FPI).
On Sunday, the micro-blogging site suspended three accounts affiliated with the group, namely @DPP_FPI, @syihabrizieq and @HumasFPI.
The director general of information application at the ministry, Samuel Abrijani, said Twitter had its terms of service and rules, and that anyone deemed to be violating those rules could be suspended.
Samuel told The Jakarta Post that the suspension had been entirely the decision of Twitter, without any interference from his office.
“It was Twitter’s decision. Its management has its own terms of service,” he said on Wednesday.
“I don’t know specifically what criteria are used by Twitter to suspend the accounts. I myself do not follow those accounts, so I don’t know [the contents],” he added.
According to Twitter’s explanations, accounts can be suspended because they fail to adhere to the policies set forth in the Twitter rules, which prohibit, among other things, engaging in activities that incite violent threats, hateful conduct on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability or disease. (evi)
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