Runner up to the most retweeted tweet of 2014 comes from Indonesia.
For the very first time, Indonesian government is taking on online feedback regarding new cabinet ministers for Joko Widodo’s presidency.
Indonesia’s government continues with the release of presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto’s appeal documents which claims he should have won the election.
Silicon Valley coder wants to defend Indonesia’s democracy with election vote counter and neat data visualizations
This website wants to act as API to the presidential election counting needs in Indonesia.
Kawal Pemilu looks to be the most professional crowdsourced team counting votes in Indonesia’s troubled 2014 general election.
As Indonesia’s democracy is on the verge of crisis, hackers and fakers attack crowdsourced vote counts
Indonesia’s General Elections Commission has done something unprecedented: releasing the ballot documents out in the public.
This is the first time ever Indonesia has ever really used technology to safeguard the country’s future: the voice of the people.
This is what happens when one of Twitter’s most chatty nations is celebrating election year.
Perludem now lets programmers and developers access and use its election database in the form of an API called APIPemilu, in the hopes that programmers can help make election information in Indonesia ...
One of the new things that the Indonesian general elections commission (KPU) is doing is running a page that lists the fixed candidates (DCT) running for the office. It is hosted at dct.kpu.go.id.