Posts Tagged ‘Telecommunications’

Legal 500 2018 Leading Individual

SSEK Lawyers Recognized as Leaders in New Legal 500 Asia Pacific Rankings

Five partners and foreign legal advisors at SSEK Legal Consultants have been recognized as Leading Lawyers for their work in multiple practice areas in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2018 guide to the region’s top lawyers and law firms. SSEK’s Leading Lawyers are Dyah Soewito (Projects & Energy, Shipping); Ira A. Eddymurthy (Banking & Finance, [...]

Chambers 2018 Firm

SSEK Highly Ranked in Chambers 2018 Guide to Leading Law Firms and Lawyers in Indonesia

SSEK Legal Consultants earned six firm rankings in the 2018 Chambers Asia-Pacific directory of the leading law firms and lawyers in the region, underling its standing as one of the elite corporate law firms in Indonesia. Four SSEK lawyers received individual rankings across four practice areas. SSEK was recognized as a leading firm in Indonesia [...]

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Personal Data and Security Requirements in Indonesia

By Denny Rahmansyah and Saprita Tahir An electronic system provider (ESP) in Indonesia must maintain the correctness, validity, confidentiality, accuracy, relevance and compatibility with the purpose of the acquisition, collection, processing, analysis, retention, display, publication, transmission, dissemination and destruction of personal data. Additionally, an ESP must also carry out certification of its electronic system to [...]

Legal 500 2018 Top Tier Firm

SSEK Earns Top Rankings in 2018 Legal 500 Guide to Leading Lawyers and Law Firms in Indonesia

SSEK Legal Consultants has again been recognized as one of the leading corporate law firms in Indonesia in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2018 guide to the top law firms and lawyers. Based on client feedback and the work of the firm’s lawyers, SSEK earned the highest ranking in six practice areas: Banking & Finance; [...]

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Data Protection Rules and Principles in Indonesia

By Denny Rahmansyah and Saprita Tahir There are several main obligations that must be fulfilled by an electronic system provider (ESP) in Indonesia under Minister of Communication and Informatics Regulation No. 20 of 2016 regarding Personal Data Protection in Electronic Systems (MOCI Regulation 20) to ensure that personal data is processed properly. These obligations include:

Legal Alert

Legal Alert December 2017

Please find the SSEK Legal Alert for December 2017. The SSEK Legal Alert is a monthly survey designed to keep you up to date with the latest legal developments in Indonesia.

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Indonesian Central Bank Regulates Financial Technology

By Harry Kuswara Indonesia’s central bank has for the first time issued a regulation designed to deal with financial technology (“fintech”) in general. Bank Indonesia (“BI”) Regulation Number 19/12/PBI/2017 regarding the Provision of Financial Technology, dated November 30, 2017 (“Reg. 19/2017″), was made public by BI on December 7.  The stated aim of Reg. 19/2017 [...]

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SSEK Contributes Indonesia Chapter to Data Protection Global Guide

Denny Rahmansyah, a partner at SSEK Legal Consultants, and Saprita Tahir, an associate at the firm, have contributed chapters on data protection and privacy in Indonesia as part of the Data Protection Global Guide 2017/18. The guide is published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law. Denny and Saprita provide an overview of data protection and privacy [...]

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SSEK Speaks at Master Class on Legal Aspects of Cloud Computing in Indonesia

SSEK Legal Consultants was asked to speak at the Techonomy Master Class 2017 organized by the Business Law Society at the University of Indonesia Faculty of Law. The theme of the event was “Privacy and Security Concerns in Cloud Computing.” Harry Kuswara, an associate at SSEK, gave a presentation at the event. He disused data [...]

Data Management

Data Protection in Indonesia: Breaches and Marketing

By Winnie Y. Rolindrawan and Meta N. Mustikaningrum Data Breaches A data breach involving a financial institution in Indonesia does not trigger an immediate reporting requirement to the relevant authority. Instead, periodical reports on consumer complaints and further services and settlements provided to such consumers must be made to the Financial Services Authority (“OJK”) or [...]