• Rizky Pratama Putra Karo Karo Faculty of Law, Universitas Pelita Harapan
  • Titis Anindyajati The Indonesian Constitutional Court
  • Vidya Prahassacitta Bina Nusantara University Jakarta
  • Dian Narwastuty Maranatha Christian University
  • Christian Nugraha Maranatha Christian University
  • Ikechukwu P. Ugwu University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland


The 2021's first edition of Indonesian Law Journal Volume 14 has been published. The discussion topic of this edition is Legal Perspective on Freedom of Speech in Social Networks Era. This edition presents 5 (five) articles from authors with various backgrounds. Please enjoy reading as we hope these article in our Journal are beneficial and constructive towards the development of national law.

Author Biographies

Rizky Pratama Putra Karo Karo, Faculty of Law, Universitas Pelita Harapan

Rizky P.P. Karo Karo completed his S-1 and S-2 (Magister of Law) at the Faculty of Law, Gadjah Mada University. Rizky is a Permanent Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Universitas Pelita Harapan (FH UPH), and serves as Secretary/Advocate at the Legal Aid and Consultation Institute (LKBH) FH UPH. Some of the latest scientific papers that have been published are 1. The book “Regulation of Personal Data Protection in Indonesia Perspective of Dignified Justice Theory” was written with Prof. Dr. Teguh Prasetyo, S.H., M.Si (in 2020), 2. The book “Cyber Crime Law Enforcement Through Criminal Law (in 2019), and writes actively in SINTA accredited journals, and National Newspapers (Kompas, Tempo).

Titis Anindyajati, The Indonesian Constitutional Court

Titis Anindyajati, S.E., S.H., M.H. graduated from formal education: Bachelor of Economics (2007), Bachelor of Law (2018), Magister in Business Law (2010); non-formal education: Training of Research Assessors (2008), Functional Researcher Advanced Training Level at the Indonesian Institute of Sciences/LIPI (2018), Procuria Judicial Training Programmed for Legal Officers- Constitutional Court of Indonesia at De Haagse Hogeschool, Netherlands (2019). Currently, she is working as a researcher for The Deputy Chairman at the Indonesian Constitutional Court. Articles: Legal Policy of Region Enlargements According to The 1945 Constitution: An Analysis to MK Decisions (2013); The Constitutionality of Criminal Sanction Norms as Ultimum Remedium in the Making of Laws (2015); Legal Politics On the Role of the Constitutional Court In Protecting The Existence Of The Adat Law Society In Indonesia (2017); Implication of Constitutional Court Decision Number 85/PUU XIV/2016 on Tender Conspiracy (2018).

Vidya Prahassacitta, Bina Nusantara University Jakarta

Vidya Prahassacitta, SH. M.H. is a lecturer and faculty member of the Department of Business Law, Faculty of Humanity, Binus University, Jakarta. Vidya is a licensed advocate from Peradi since 2010. She holds her bachelor of law and master of law degrees both from the Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia. Currently, Vidya is a PhD candidate from the Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia, major in Criminal law and Criminal Justice System. Her dissertation title is Indonesian criminal law policy in the distribution of disinformation through the internet. Vidya can be reached via the following email vidya.prahassacitta@binus.ac.id or phone +628119770576

Dian Narwastuty, Maranatha Christian University

Born in Palembang on the 18th of August, she has been actively teaching international law since becoming an Assistant to Mr. Huala Adolf in 2012 at Maranatha Christian University Bandung. She is interested in participating in research in International Law since becoming a student at the State University in Bandung. International Law has its dance power for her, therefore, she always dedicates her thoughts in the international law class which has been her subject up now.

Christian Nugraha, Maranatha Christian University

The author is an undergraduate student in Maranatha Christian University. The author is an active student and recently interesting on writing about Freedom of speech right. Author is in his final year at MCU and projecting this journal as final paper in this college.

Ikechukwu P. Ugwu, University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland

Ikechukwu P. UGWU is a Doctoral Researcher at the University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland. He holds two master’s degrees; LL.M Public International Law from Bournemouth University, UK, 2019 (Distinction); LL.M Intellectual Property Rights from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. The British government awarded Ikechukwu the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship in conjunction with Bournemouth University for his LLM in Public International Law at Bournemouth University. He holds an LLB degree from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 2014. He is a qualified barrister and solicitor in Nigeria. Email: ikechukwu.ugwu@us.edu.pl. ORCID: 0000-0002-0271-9364. Publications: Sascha Dov Bachmann and Ikechukwu P. Ugwu, “Hardin’s ‘Tragedy of the Commons’: Indigenous Peoples’ Rights and Environmental Protection: Moving Towards an
Emerging Norm of Indigenous Rights Protection?”, Oil and Gas, Natural Resources, and Energy Journal 6 (2021): 547; Ikechukwu Ugwu, Anna Stephanie Elizabeth Orchard, Argyro Karanasiou, “Driverless Vehicles and Liability” in Philip L. Frana and Michael J. Klein (eds), Encyclopedia of Artificial Intelligence: The Past, Present, and Future of AI (California: ABC-CLIO, 2021) 131; Ikechukwu P. Ugwu, “The Tragedy of the Commons: Indigenous Peoples’ Rights as Catalyst for Environmental Protection”, Bournemouth University (2019).