Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (Print ISSN: 1544-0036; Online ISSN: 1544-0044)


Understanding Indonesian Electronic Data Law Through Dignified Justice Theory

Author(s): Teguh Prasetyo, Franciscus Xaverius Wartoyo

 To understand the Indonesian electronic data law through dignified justice theory, one must grasp the idea of law in the Pancasila Legal System. Electronic data could be considered a legal right. With this legal idea, one could manage to understand the concept of electronic data. This concept has brought about the development of businesses in Indonesia. However, the general point of view still believes that there is no law governing electronic data in the Indonesian System to control, particularly the aspects such as data privacy. As mentioned in the previous articles, this legal research conducted several things such as examining norms, laws, and regulations on data privacy protection. Several accusations were found and mentioned the absence of the law governing the privacy of digital data. However, this accusation is false. By examining several aspects of legal protection in the Indonesian Legal System, it managed to find the sufficient existing laws and delegated legislation provided for parties. These involve several usages of electronic data, approved by the law, to protect transactions, therefore, protecting digital data privacy.


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