Richard D. Emmerson writes:
There is no comprehensive data protection law in Indonesia. Indonesian legal scholars often refer to Article 28(g) of the 1945 Constitution as the basis (albeit rather vague basis) for more specific data privacy legislation.
Article 28(g) of the 1945 Constitution states:
Each person shall have the right to protection of their personal selves, families, respect, dignity and possessions under their control and shall have the right to security and protection from threat of fear for doing or for not doing something which constitutes a human right.
Read more about Indonesian privacy laws in specific areas on Conventus Law.